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Brad Molen
05.30.14
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Get ready to put on your Sunday best, kids -- WWDC 2014 begins in just a few days. The developer conference will begin with its traditional keynote, headlined by CEO Tim Cook and the rest of the executive gang. We'll be liveblogging the event so you can see what we see as it happens, and if you use Safari, you can watch along with us here. What can we expect to see at the event? SVP Eddy Cue mentioned this week that this year's product lineup is the most exciting one in 25 years, so we'd love a sneak peek. We've already seen banners indicating that iOS 8 will be shown off (as if there was any doubt), and we'd place our bets on the next version of OS X. New hardware? Quite possibly. A platform for connecting your home? Smartwatch or television? We'll believe it when we see it. Sure seems likely. Stats and videos about education and Apple's retail stores? Absolutely. Regardless, it should make for an interesting afternoon. Bookmark the link below and come join us!

WWDC 2014 Liveblog

June 2, 2014 1:00:00 PM EDT
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