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Apple's online store goes down for WWDC

In proper fashion, Apple's online retail store is down on the day of the big event (Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference). Commence the rumor mongering.


The Post-it note of happiness is once again gracing the front page of Apple's online store, alerting users that changes are afoot behind the scenes. This happens during most Apple events, and can mean anything from an updated version of box art, to purchase pages for new products.

In just under an hour Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) kicks off with a keynote from Apple's Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide product marketing. Apple is expected to announce new hardware and software, including an updated version of the iPhone, as well as a price and release date for the next version of the OS X operating system codenamed "Snow Leopard."

You can find our live coverage of the event on this page.