Apple kicked off its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, June 10th with a keynote detailing all of its software plans for 2013. The Jony Ive-designed iOS 7 was detailed in full, as was the OS X 10.9 Mavericks, the first OS X update to break from the traditional "big cat" naming structure. And while there were no new iPhones or iPads to be seen, the company did refresh the MacBook Air lineup and gave an early look at the new, radically redesigned Mac Pro. Read on for all of the announcements from WWDC 2013.
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A new Mac Pro, OS X 10.9, a completely redesigned iOS 7, iTunes Radio, and much more
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