Less than an hour after its completion, Apple has delivered the entirety of its 2013 WWDC keynote address in video form, available for the replay for all those who didn’t watch in the first place. This presentation includes the introduction of OS X Mavericks (aka OS X 10.9) to the public along with iOS 7, a significant redesign in the way Apple’s mobile operating system looks and functions.
WWDC 2013 has, thus far, shown Apple to be pushing a body of work that indicates they’re willingness to change – or at least appear to change – in both software and hardware realms. The Mac Pro’s presentation with a completely new visage was clearly aimed at those nay-sayers speaking up on Apple’s design similarities between products. Herein lies a desktop machine that’s indisputably different from its predecessor.
UPDATE: Now available via Apple’s YouTube stream as well – here ye be!
Along with this comes the top-to-bottom redesign in looks for iOS. While past iterations of iOS will remain on devices from past generations, the iPad mini, iPad 4th generation and forward, iPod touch 5th generation and forward, and iPhone 5 will be rolling forward with iOS 7, complete with aesthetics that change the way the system looks and feels. This design turn-over was headed by Jony Ive, head of the user experience for iOS since early this year and continued head of industrial design for the company.
Stick around here in SlashGear’s Apple hub for more information on these bits and everything surrounding them through the week – up close and personal we shall go!