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Apple's WWDC 2013 keynote: Join us Monday (live blog)

Apple's annual developers conference kicks off Monday at 10 a.m. PT. CNET will be there live to bring you news updates, photos, and running commentary.

San Francisco's Moscone Center getting wrapped up for last year's WWDC.
San Francisco's Moscone Center getting wrapped up for last year's WWDC.
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Editor's note: Apple cranked out the news during the WWDC keynote, from the Mac Pro and MacBook Air to iOS 7, Mac OS X Mavericks, and the long-awaited iTunes Radio. Follow all the news from WWDC 2013 here.

Apple kicks off its annual developers conference Monday, June 10, and we'll be there to bring you all the news.

The press conference, where the company has promised a first look at new versions of iOS and OS X, kicks off at 10 a.m. PT at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco. We'll also be running a live video show starting at 9 a.m. PT.

You can tune into both right here:

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

The event will be Apple's first since showing off the iPad Mini, new iMacs, and several other product updates last October. The company has been unusually quiet during a period when it has typically unveiled new iPads and updated versions of its various software programs.

At the event, Apple is expected to unveil new versions of iOS and OS X, the company's mobile and computer software operating systems. By this time last year Apple had already shown off the next version of OS X and ended up releasing it to consumers about a month later.

Apple is also expected to put out updates to some of its Mac portables, which have gone nearly a year since their last refresh.

CNET will use ScribbleLive to bring you live text and photos, blow by blow. We'll start the live blog about an hour before Apple officially kicks off its event. CNET editors Molly Wood, Brian Tong, and Donald Bell will get things started with running commentary which you'll be able to watch from the same link as our live blog above.

Stay tuned for more on what we expect to see.

Editors' note: The original version of this story was published June 4 at 4 a.m. PT.