Apple Store goes down in anticipation of WWDC

As is customary with Apple events, the company's online store is officially down as it prepares for the WWDC keynote on Monday.

The first step is now complete.

Apple took its online store down in anticipation of Monday's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. Before each press event, Apple takes its store down to update it with whatever new products it has coming. The marketplace typically comes back online just minutes after Apple's executives are done speaking.

CNET's live coverage of Apple's WWDC 2013 keynote

As always, CNET will be at WWDC to capture every last moment. We'll be running a live blog as well as reporting on all latest news from the event. Be sure to check back at 10 a.m. PT when the keynote kicks off.

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