Timezones. They can be confusing, right?
If (like me) you’re not a fan either, and you are still wondering what time Apple’s keynote on Monday will kick-off in your own country – help is at hand.
Below we have provided a full timetable based on Apple’s WWDC keynote start time of June 10 @ 10AM Pacific Standard Time.
Jump below to find out what time to tune-in!
Our Live Coverage Begins: June 10 @ 9:30AM PT. See you there!
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- Speculation: Will Ive Restrict iOS 7 To “Retina” Display Devices?
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- Intel: Haswell Is Here – [PRESS RELEASE]
- “AirDrop” To Arrive As Part Of iOS 7? – [RUMOR]
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