“Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is only a couple of weeks away and everyone is wondering what the company will unveil during the keynote address,” Jim Dalrymple writes for The Loop.
“Don’t expect an iPhone or iPad at WWDC,” Dalrymple writes. “For me, the Mac products fit well with a Tim Cook keynote at WWDC. That’s all I really expect from Apple in the way of hardware at the conference.”
Dalrymple writes, “That leaves us with the one thing that everyone does expect from the conference — the introduction of iOS7 and OS X [10.9]. The operating systems are why most of the people attending WWDC go to the conference… OS X will be very interesting for me. We have shifted our attention away from the Mac operating system over the past few years, but part of what we have come to expect from Apple is deep integration with all of their products and services. That’s what I’ll be watching for with OS X. The continued integration between iOS and OS X, through apps and services, like iCloud.”
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