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    Apple today unveiled iOS 7, the latest versions of its operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The sleek, elegent new look is a major redesign from the current iOS 6 and includes 10 new features.
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  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

    Some of the new iOS 7 features include the Control Center, which allows users to simply swipe up to manage their i-device settings, Notification Center, improved Multitasking, enhanced Photos, Siri with a new voice and interface. It also brings Airdrop to some iOS devices and debuts iTunes Radio, a free Internet radio service based on the music you listen to on iTunes.
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  • Apple's New iOS 7: First Look

    iTunes Radio, a free Internet radio service based on the music users listen to on iTunes, is Apple's answer to Internet radio giants, such as Pandora and Spotify. Similar to other online music-streaming products, iTunes Radio has over 200 stations and allows users to create stations based on artists or songs.
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    Speaking of apps, iOS 7 sports several welcome updates to the iPhone app experience, including improved Multitasking and automatic update downloads. Apps are big business for Apple. CEO Tim Cook announced today that the company has paid out $10 billion to app developers. There are 900,000 apps available in Apple's App Store, which has had 50 billion app downloads.
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    Apple also unveiled OS X 10.9 Mavericks, the company's brand new operating system for its desktop products. Lots of new features were included in this upgrade: Tagging, Multiple Displays, Calendar updates, Safari with a new side bar, Notifications and iCloud Keychain updates, as well as the debut of Apple Maps and iBooks, now available for the first time on iMacs.
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  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

    Now in OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Apple's web browser Safari will now have a side bar that users can look at while simultaneously reading web pages. The side bar holds personal bookmarks and will even let you re-tweet someone.
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  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

    One of the great features in Mavericks is the multi-display option. It allows users to seamlessly run windowed or full-screen apps on different displays, with no configuration, and at the same time. With Mavericks, users can also use an HDTV as a second display, through Apple TV and AirPlay.
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  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

    For the first time, iBooks are coming to Mac computers, thanks to Mavericks. Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, is shown here demonstrating the new iBooks feature during the keynote address of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, June 10, 2013, in San Francisco.
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  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

    What good would all this new software be without some new hardware to play with it on? Apple revealed a new MacBook Air, which will start shipping June 10, 2013, and features "all day battery life." The 11-inch MacBook Air will go for $999 for 128GB and $1,199 for 256GB. The 13-inch Air is selling for $1,099 for 128GB and 256GB on $1,299.
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  • Apple's New iOS 7, MacBook Air: First Look

    A new Apple Mac Pro is displayed during the 2013 Apple WWDC at the Moscone Center, June 10, 2013 in San Francisco.
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