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iLife, iWork updates expected
It's very possible that Apple's productivity and creative suites will also be updated in time for a WWDC 2013 release. In its note to the press, Apple specifically noted "iLife, iWork and professional software" designed for the Mac. Because WWDC is typically a software-oriented event, it's entirely likely that the two flagship Mac-based products will also see a major refresh.
iWork and iLife are available both on Macs and iOS-based devices, again bridging the divide between mobile and the desktop, thanks to its in-built iCloud support.
Software development opened up for Apple TV?
We're not expecting to see an Apple-branded television any time soon — the profits would be short-lived and televisions are rarely replaced — it wouldn't be a far-out bet to suggest that the technology giant could begin weaning its developers onto an app-based version of its Apple TV set-top box in order to prepare for a wider release.
With that, we could see a stripped down or modified version of iOS ported to the set-top box (as it is now) with application functionality. We may not see anything released during the event but it would be surprising if Apple didn't have something television-related up its sleeve, bar just another iterative update to its streaming device.