We aren’t coming back haunted, but we are coming back with @SteveStreza, who will once again be our eyes and ears at this year’s opening Keynote on June 10th. Just like last year, we’ll be bringing you live commentary, photos from the event, and all day coverage of Apple’s latest product announcements in the form of comprehensive blog posts and a good ol’ fashioned roundup for any of the smaller things that happen to show up on stage. And as always, we’ll take some time before the event starts (30 minutes) to chit chat with our readers as developers are let into Moscone West.
This year we also have something cool to remind you of the event on your iPhone. By downloading our Passbook pass, you’ll get a push notification letting you know when our liveblog is kicking off, and you’ll also have the chance to grab a promocode or two from some of our favorite developers.
You can install our WWDC 2013 Liveblog pass here.
Apple WWDC 2013 Keynote Time Zones
You can check your own timezone here.
07:00 — Honolulu, Hawaii
10:00 — San Francisco, California
13:00 — New York, New York
14:00 — São Paulo, Brazil
18:00 — London, England
19:00 — Rome, Italy
20:00 — Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
21:00 — Moscow, Russia
22:30 — New Delhi, India
01:00 — Shanghai, China (June 11)
02:00 — Tokyo, Japan (June 11)
03:00 — Sydney, Australia (June 11)
WWDC 2013 Banners at Moscone West
- Apple Starts Decorating Moscone West with WWDC 2013 Banners
- iOS 7 Confirmed: New Banners Up at Moscone West
Note: We’ll provide all day coverage of WWDC announcements on MacStories’ homepage and through our WWDC 2013 hub. We’ll have a liveblog in this post 30 minutes before the keynote kicks off, tweet text updates as @MacStoriesLive, and announce new articles and updates as @MacStoriesNet.
Thanks to our sponsors:
Update: June 10th, 12:20 PM EDT
Update: June 10th, 10:50 AM EDT
Update: June 10th, 10:20 AM EDT
Our Steve Streza is now inside Moscone West, where people have lined up to attend today’s keynote. Here are a few photos from inside Moscone, showing a banner covered in black cloth.