“WWDC takes place next week. The big Apple event, which brings together developers working on various programs under the Apple brand, is a big deal for the company, as it’s typically a platform for launching new products and services,” Seeking Alpha reports. “It’s expected that Apple will unveil a new video/TV effort. There will be key updates for iOS. More details on the Apple Watch could be shared with attendees. No matter what comes out of the conference, talk about the event during the past few weeks has captured the attention of those who closely watch the company. That includes Neil Cybart, a Seeking Alpha contributor who runs Above Avalon, a site dedicated to analysis and commentary on Apple.”
Seeking Alpha: What could we see from WWDC in terms of something new from the company?
Neil Cybart: It is important to remember the primary audience for an event like WWDC is iOS developers. As a result, one should expect updates to iOS and OS X. Even though early rumors had suggested minor updates to both iOS and OS X, I still think we can be in store for some surprises. Jeff Williams told us at the Re/code conference that Apple also will be previewing the SDK for native Apple Watch apps. We are likely going to see Apple unveil its new streaming music service, along with an updated Apple TV box and possibly a new SDK for Apple TV. It remains to be seen if Apple will announce a new video streaming service or if that will be announced later this year. Updates to other services like Apple Pay and ResearchKit also are expected. I would not be surprised to see some new things that, similar to last year, have not been discussed in the press.
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MacDailyNews Take: We expect WWDC 2015 to be the epicenter of change. 😉