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| June 10, 2013
London-Based Apple Fans Can Once Again Share A Pint And Discuss Today's Keynote
Once again, Apple fans based in London can share a pint of fine British ale while keeping up to date with today's WWDC keynote presentation in one of the city's best West End pubs, thanks to the London Mac Users Group (LMUG). We first told you about LMUG's yearly WWDC parallel event in 2011, and British Apple fans based in their country's capital will be pleased to hear that the group is still going strong. This year, LMUG is offering updates on Apple's keynote announcements, along with pints, food, and an iPad mini raffle, for a £3 entrance fee. The group is even planning its own game of "Apple Bingo!" LMUG's WWDC event is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. GMT at The Old Explorer Pub, 23 Great Castle Street, London, W1G 0JA. For more information on the group, be sure to visit LMUG's website. Before WWDC begins, make sure you also read: Ahead Of WWDC, Could This Be iOS 7 Beta?, Apple's WWDC App Updated Yet Again With Video Playback Bug Fixes On Eve Of Event, and Apple's iOS 7 And iRadio All But Confirmed By WSJ And NYT On Eve Of WWDC.