Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, 2015 will take place on 8th of June at the conference’s usual home of Moscone West in San Francisco.
Usually, the conference begins with a keynote on the first day, where the company makes the important announcements about its products and services.
This year also, a lot of exciting and marvelous things are going to be introduced by the company as various rumors about the company’s devices, platforms and smartphones are surfacing on the web.
People are talking about everything from Mac, iPad and iPhone hardware to new versions of iOS and Mac OS X. So, let’s have a look at the highlights that we are expecting from this year’s conference:
Usually, the company previews its new versions of OS X and iOS at its Worldwide Developers Conference to give developers some time to get used to updates. However, it is also expected that Apple will debut both OS X 10.11 and iOS 9 in 2015.
Currently, a very little information is known about Apple’s next operating system update, but according to the recent rumors, it will be a “Snow Leopard” type of update.
Rumors have also suggested that the OS will focus mainly on steadiness and optimization enhancements instead of the new features or a new design.
This year Apple promises to open a lot a of new conversations from iWatch for the developers. It will be helpful to explain the usage of nested menus, glances and the data of the iPhone to the iWatch.
New Streaming Music Service
It is expected that the company will debut its renovated music service at WWDC 2015. We all know about the company’s existing Beats Music Service that said to be a rebranding. Now, the new service will possibly be built into iTunes.
Some of the early rumors suggested that it could be priced at $7.99, but it looks like it will be obtainable at $9.99 like other competing services. However, the company is still working on completing deals for its new music service.
Maybe the service will debut at WWDC and will be launched a few weeks later in June in other countries. To additional countries, an iTunes Radio might be also distended at the same time.
A New Television Service
A recent report from The Wall Street Journal has informed people that the Apple is working on a new streaming television service, which we could see at the WWDC. A little known about this is that the company is partnering with lots of content provides, comprising Fox, ABC and CBS. Approximately, the service may offer 25 channels and will be obtainable for $30 to $40 per month.
An expert team at Apple announces force touch, motivating users to add some of the new and wonderful dimensions to the Mac application. Now, users can expect some of the wonderful built-in tools for drawing, productivity, graphics, a lot of new ways of communication.
Rehabilitated Apple TV Set-Top Box
Along with the new streaming television service, rumors also suggested that the Apple will reveal a much-awaited update to the Apple TV at WWDC.
The rumors are suggesting that the update is a “significant overhaul” of the current version with support for Siri and an App Store for downloading games and apps.
However, it also comes to know that the new Apple TV comes with Apple’s A8 chip and a spectacular augmentation in internal storage. Along with the Siri, now the Apple TV will be able to control HomeKit-enabled home automation devices through voice.
These highlights are supposedly and not confirmed by the company yet. It can be confirmed once the WWDC will kick-off. Let’s wait and see what the company is launching in its conference.
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