Apple’s Online Store Goes Down Ahead of WWDC

A cuple of ours ago Apples Online Store went down. Not a surprise for many of you maybe cause it happened ahead of its Worldwide Developers Conference. Mashable reports that Apple usually takes the online store down a few hours ahead of its launch events, like today’s WWDC, to add new products to its system.

The company is expected to announce new MacBooks, which is likely why the store is down, as well as a completely new look for iOS 7 and a streaming radio service.

IDigitalTimes reports that WWDC rumors include new lines of Macs, iWatch as well as a music streaming service, iRadio. The Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are also reported to receive a new look and Intel’s latest Haswell processors.

Apple’s WWDC keynote kicked off today at 10 a.m. PST. The Apple online store should be accessible shortly after Apple’s keynote as finished.

WWDC Keynote: WWDC rumors include new lines of Macs, iWatch as well as a music streaming service, iRadio. The Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are also reported to receive a new look and Intel’s latest Haswell processors.

Apple’s WWDC keynote: http://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2013/

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