At this point everyone’s waiting for WWDC like they’ve slammed three espressos and there’s a line for the bathroom. We did get some news directly from Apple, when Tim Cook spoke at the D11 Conference. There was a new product announced, a new camera-less iPod touch. For music fans, Apple launched the site and announced artists for this year’s iTunes Festival. In what is likely Apple digging in after Tim Cook’s visit to the Senate, the company is reported to double its spending on Lobbyists. The rumor front may have officially moved to the fantasy side of the border, when the iPhone 5S was reported to have double the current pixels of the iPhone 5.
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