“WWDC 2014 is just around the corner now, so it’s time for our annual show predictions,” E. Werner Reschke writes for T-GAAP.
“his year we decided to present it based on percentage chance of a particular item being announced at WWDC, in the Fall 2014 or Winter 2015,” Reschke writes. “Much of what Apple announces will coincide with their next generation iPhone, or highly rumored iWatch launch, which links much of iHome and Healthbook apps. Thus, much of what may or may not be announced will be largely based on Apple’s hardware announcements at the show show. ”
“Overall, an iMac update and an all-new iPhone are both likely highly to arrive at WWDC. From all the information we have received, the iPhone 6 (likely rebranded as iPhone Air) is ready to go to market, and should begin shipping in the U.S. and other major markets within two to three weeks within the announcement,” Reschke writes. “This will be a shocking development for Apple’s competitors, but this is exactly what Apple is aiming to do. A WWDC iPhone launch leaves the fall timeframe open for an entirely new market entry product, likely the rumored iWatch or heavily revamped Apple TV.”
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