Apple executives had a full slate of new stuff to detail Monday morning during the first day of the World Wide Developers Conference.
From the new OS X 10.9 Mavericks to the revamped iOS 7 to the long-awaited iTunes Radio, Apple had a lot to show off. For those who weren't fortunate enough to secure entry to the Moscone Center in San Francisco but want to experience the event, Apple has posted a stream of the keynote presentation directly to its Web site.
The two-hour video covers the new features of Apple's desktop and mobile operating systems, as well as updated Safari and Maps software and a refreshed MacBook Air and a remade Mac Pro, which sports an all-new cylindrical shape.
All you need to view the video is your friendly neighborhood browser and a dose of the QuickTime plug-in. WWDC continues through the week.
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