FORTUNE -- With the Tim Cook's keynote address at Apple's (AAPL) World Wide Developers Conference only hours away, there's no shortage of speculation from Apple bloggers and Apple analysts about what's in store. But only Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster has assigned percentages to the possible announcements.
Excerpts from his Monday morning note to clients:
No one who has followed Munster's Apple coverage will surprised by the mention of "an actual TV." See What Gene Munster heard Tim Cook say about an Apple TV set.
The keynote starts at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST). Adam Lashinsky and JP Mangalindan will be covering it for Fortune. I'll be at the e-book antitrust trial, where the judge is starting to see things Apple's way.
UPDATE: As several readers have mention, Apple will be streaming the keynote live from its Special Events page.
Between WWDC and the e-book antitrust trial, Apple's digital dealmaker has a busy week.
FORTUNE -- If the trade press reports are true, Eddy Cue will take the stage Monday at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco to introduce a new music streaming service that reporters have dubbed -- probably with good reason -- iRadio.
Three days later, Cue is scheduled to appear in a Manhattan federal court as the star witness MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jun 9, 2013 6:57 AM ET
A new look, new services and maybe new MacBooks at Apple's developers conference.
FORTUNE -- The annual gathering of Apple (AAPL) developers -- which sold out in less than 2 minutes when tickets went on sale in April -- kicks off Monday with CEO Tim Cook's keynote at 10:00 a.m. PST (1:00 p.m. EST) in San Francisco's Moscone Center.
There is, as usual, much fevered speculation among the Apple bloggers about what MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jun 8, 2013 8:19 AM ET
"iRadio" is reported to launch next week. What we know (and don't), and what we should be asking.
By Ryan Bradley, senior editor
FORTUNE -- It's a Pandora-killer; it's going to take on Spotify; it will be streaming and almost certainly free.
1. Apple upended the music industry once, can it do it again?
Probably not. The company is late to the streaming game and, besides, music -- once the core of iTunes MOREJun 4, 2013 1:04 PM ET
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