“Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is always chock full of announcements,” Caitlin McGarry writes for Macworld. “We’re guaranteed to see previews of the next versions of iOS and OS X—after all, that’s why developers flock to San Francisco for the event. But this year, substantiated rumors are swirling around a new streaming music service, a refreshed Apple TV, and truly game-changing new iOS features.”
“And now that Apple Watch is finally here, we might even catch a glimpse of the future of Apple’s most personal device,” McGarry writes. “Here are the five big reveals we expect at WWDC, which kicks off June 8 at 10 a.m. Pacific.”
• Apple TV overhaul
• Beats by Apple
• Maps, rerouted
• Siri smartens up
• Native Watch apps
Each of the five bullet points discussed in depth in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Its a shame that the Apple’s over-the-top Internet TV service reportedly won’t make the show, but Apple TV should have more than enough excitement to offer by finally getting an SDK, an App Store, and Siri/HomeKit capabilities.
What are you most interested in hearing about on June 8th?
Apple TV confirmed as HomeKit hub in new Apple document – June 3, 2015
Apple Watch apps are about to get a lot faster – June 2, 2015
Can Apple convince Spotify users to pay $10 a month for music? – June 2, 2015
Apple’s Siri has new role in new smart home systems – June 2, 2015
Apple subscription TV service won’t be announced at WWDC – June 2, 2015
Apple to webcast WWDC keynote live – June 1, 2015