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You Can Now Watch Apple's WWDC 2013 Keynote On YouTube

Apple has just made its WWDC 2013 keynote available to watch on its official YouTube channel. The keynote was given by Apple to kick off this year's edition of its annual developer conference, which was held Monday last week. During its presentation, Apple announced a number of new and refreshed products and services, the most notable of which are mentioned in the newly posted YouTube video's description:
iOS 7. OS X Mavericks. iTunes Radio. iWork for iCloud. MacBook Air. And a sneak peek at the all-new Mac Pro. See the unveiling of the incredible hardware, software, and services presented at WWDC.
You can watch Apple's newly posted YouTube video below: If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. The keynote was posted on Apple's official website just minutes after it wrapped up. A couple of days later, it was made available to download in the iTunes Store. For a summary of the announcements made by Apple during the keynote, check out AppAdvice's WWDC 2013 Link Roundup.
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