On Tuesday, Apple announced the date of its annual developer conference WWDC to be held from June 8 to 12. The artwork that has been released for the occasion has boosted speculations regarding the latest Apple product launch in June.
The artwork contains a rounded square in the middle, which clearly looks like the shape of the Apple TV presently available. One can actually expect a major overhaul to the Apple TV being released this June.
The slogan associated with it, “the epicenter of change,” gives potential insight as it fits perfectly with the expanded HomeKit role for the Apple TV.
Apple has been promoting its “Internet of Things” framework for connecting all home devices with iOS 8. If users take the new Apple TV launch as the epicenter of the “Internet of Things,” the slogan and the artwork both perfectly fall into place.
The Apple TV has already garnered praise from users and critics, and after its price cut from £79 to £59, it has become a really competitive option in the market. However, since 2012, there has been no hardware overhaul for the model; hence, users can expect a major update anytime soon.
The latest Apple TV update is expected to give the device more storage along with more powerful and faster chips. It might also introduce a web-based streaming service.