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Today marked the beginning of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Around 5,000 people paid $1,600 per ticket to attend the five-day meet up at Moscone convention center. So far, the news trickling in from today's keynote is more about software than hardware. But rumors still swirl that there are announcements in store for the iPhone, iWatch—and maybe even the Apple TV. And if they don't happen this week, bets are on the table that at least the iPhone 6 will be announced by fall. So stay tuned, we haven't given up hope that there will soon be new Apple toys to buy.
· 13 things to expect from Apple at WWDC 2014 [The Verge]
· Apple developers conference kicks off Monday; what to expect [San Francisco Business Times]
· WWDC 2014 Recap: iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, iCloud Drive, and what's still coming this fall [Digital Trends]
· Which Will Come First, the iWatch or the Google Watch? [Racked SF]