“Apple’s worldwide developer conference kicks off on Monday in San Francisco, but analysts aren’t expecting many surprises from the tech giant,” Amelia Martyn-Hemphill reports for TheStreet.
“With no new hardware devices forecast, the star of the show is bound to be software,” Martyn-Hemphill reports. “Rumors are swirling about the newly designed IOS 9 software for iPhone and iPad devices, as well as a revamped OS X operating system for Macs. It’s likely that Apple will say more about its move into on-demand music and radio streaming services.”
“The rollout of the Apple Watch in stores is expected to take place within the next few weeks and already there’s talk of a new software update,” Martyn-Hemphill reports. “‘We’re also going to get a first indication of how the watch is doing,’ Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist Max Wolff said. ‘As far as we can tell the watch seems to be doing a lot better than most folks, myself included, sort of forecasted. so I think it’s going to be pretty much trade strong to this news, across the conference.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: An update to the WatchKit framework included with the latest iOS SDK will be very welcomed by developers. Appel Watch owners third-party apps are about to get a lot better soon!
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