Apple Taking .Mac Offline During Jobs WWDC Keynote

Apple Computer has announced its .Mac online service will be shut down for "scheduled maintenance" at the same time company CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs delivers his keynote address at the Worldwide Developer?s Conference in San Francisco.

".Mac will be undergoing scheduled maintenance from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST on Monday, June 6th," the statement on its support Web page reads. "During this time iDisk will be intermittently unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience."

A number of news organizations have reported Apple will announce Monday during the keynote address a slow transition to Intel processors in its Macintosh PC line over the next few years.

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