Apple WWDC 2015 All Set To Get In Action On June 8
With Apple’s WWDC 2015 set to kick off on June 8, speculations are high regarding iOS 9 announcements and the Apple TV update. The week-long conference will be held in San Francisco. Apple executives will be giving out information about their latest plans to the developers.
Past WWDCs concentrated on software development for mobile and desktop, but this time, Apple TV can come into the picture. Apple TV in both box and streaming formats may be a topic of discussion. New subscription service may make cord-cutters curious of using the service.
As reported earlier, the Apple iOS 9 update is probably on the card and the operating system may bring a new era of technologies for iDevice users. The update can also put some devices to the verge of being obsolete.
Beats Music, which Apple bought for $3 billion last year, can get repackaged, according to CNN money. Users are expecting new streaming music services from the company.
Apple generally doesn’t reveal much about the WWDC before it actually starts but this time, the arrangement goes a step ahead. Apple has rolled out an action-packed mobile app for attendees. The app will tell people about the event’s news, videos, venue, sessions and more.
Apple Watch users will be able to access the app right from their wrists. However, what is going to happen next is not explained in the app.
Developer’s conferences is the best way a technical company can announce its advancements to the world and it seems the next two weeks are going to be crucial in that sense. Google is also going to kick off its developer’s conference today, which will majorly focus on the latest Android operating system.