Apple has announced that it will be streaming today's WWDC keynoted address via Apple TV and Apple.com but a source tells me that a live stream will also be available via Apple's free WWDC app for iOS.
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Here's a list of what Apple could announce at WWDC on Monday and the odds of each becoming a reality.
A new iPhone vulnerability targets the 30-pin dock connector found on all iPhones and iPads sold before the iPhone 5 was announced in September 2012.
10.8.4 includes Microsoft Exchange and Calendar compatibility improvements and a fix for iMessages displaying out of order. It's probably the last version of Mountain Lion before 10.9 is announced at WWDC next week.
Apple's new WWDC app will include session videos which will be streamed on a daily basis. The app's icon also appears to be a harbinger of things to come in Jony Ive's new, flatter iOS 7.
While blurry, this alleged leak of Apple's iOS 7 home screen gives a sneak peek at Apple's new, flatter app icons.
The tea leaves get a sharp look-see every year around the time of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference. Many see signs of a new Mac Pro.
Later in the month, Apple will change the terms and requirements of its Service Training and Certification program.
The Defense Dept. recently approved iOS 6 devices as fit for DoD work and wants a multiplatform mobile management in place by early next year for Android, Apple and Blackberry solutions.