What to Expect at Apple’s WWDC
Apple ‘s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco attracts the tech savvy crowd in large numbers each year. This year, the company no doubt has some big things under its sleeve. Here is a list of some predictions for this year’s WWDC:
An update in software is highly expected this year. Although the iOS 8 won’t be as drastic as the iOS 7 software, we can expect small changes to keep the software fresh and users happy. One new feature that might be introduced is Healthbook, a place where iOS users can store health and fitness data. Additionally, the OS X 10.10 is expected to make a cameo. The new Mac software is speculated to have a re-vamped image, similar to what the iOS 7 software did for iPhones and iPads.
Apple announced its purchase of Beats, the audio equipment made by cofounder and music industry buff Dr. Dre. Apple made the purchase at a cool $3 billion, and will no doubt talk about this during WWDC.
Apple has a smart home system in the works, and speculation suggests that it will allow iPhones and iPads to control a home’s security system, lights and any other connected devices. The software will be built into iOS devices, and will even be compatible with other smart-devices through Apple’s “Made for iPhone” program.
These are just some of the many expectations Apple fans hold for this year’s WWDC. There may even be some surprises for us in stock.
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