So since WWDC is a 4 day event...

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    which day does the new iOS usually get announced?Like we all know with the keynotes they talk about how iOS has changed, it's features, how many people use it, then they get to unveiling the new phone.
     
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    Traditionally, Apple announces new Hardware and Software the first day. The rest of the conference is for the developers.
     
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    The first day, during the keynote.
     
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    Today. The other days are sessions for developers. They announce on the first day so that they can do talks on implementing the new features.

    In the WWDC app there are many sessions that are "To Be Announced" which means they deal with a new feature/API in iOS 7/10.9.
     
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    Thanks guys. Idk if I wanna unjailbreak for iOS 7 but I'll see about it when it comes out lol. If theres like no new useful features I'll be staying jailbroken
     
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    Ahhhhhh just over 2 hours, why am I even so excited?
     
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    You won't be getting your hands on iOS 7 today. You'll have a few months to decide
     
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    You mean the betas? Yeah I'm excited too.
     
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    Yeah the betas. I'm sure they'll find a way to jb the betas....hopefully. Oh god damn that's a scary thought. Oh well I'm sure I can say goodbye to a jailbreak if the betas are good.
     
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    Slightly off topic; could this mean anything?
     

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    It's a five-day conference.

    Just sayin'
     
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    Probably not. They don't usually release stuff this time of year anymore. Maybe a new mac or something or those other products that hardcore apple fans buy
     
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    Is it possible OS X.9 will be released today? Or in the next week or so as it won't be relying on a flagship model, and if there is a supposed MacBook Air or Mac Pro update would they not ship with 10.9?
     
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    No.

    Devs. need to test it and use it to make their apps compatible first.

    My guess is a Sept. Launch
     
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    No. They haven't even done a beta period for it yet, so there is zero chance it will be released today. Considering they have done a billion betas of each 10.8.x release, there is no chance they would do a major release without a single one.
     
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    Probably.

    1. making more bandwidth available for video streaming.

    2. getting ready to update for the rumored Macbook updates with Haswell CPUs.
     
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    i dont jailbreak so i'll be updating my iPhone 4S anyways :D but i'll probably leave my MBP downloding the IPSW While im in college if they release it before i leave my house. So when i get home at 9pm i'll just install it on my iphone :p
     

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