Apple WWDC: No info on pay-TV plans expected, but new music streaming service should be unveiled

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) will kick off its anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference keynote today by unveiling its new music streaming service, according to multiple reports. Those who had hoped to gain insight on Apple's plan for a new pay-TV service will have to wait some more, according to Apple watchers. Info on the company's next Apple TV iteration will also be in short supply. FierceWireless has a preview of the big WWDC, which began at 1 p.m. EST Monday, right here.

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