While the new iPhone 6 is still quite far away, Apple’s WWDC 2014, or the Worldwide Developers Conference, is just around the corner. Apple announced yesterday that the five day conference will kick off on June 2 in San Francisco.
Apple is pretty low-key when it comes to events: they only have two events a year, the WWDC in the summer, where they showcase new software and hardware for developers and one in the fall, which is basically the new iPhone unveiling.
Apple’s WWDC 2014 – What Should We Expect?
Apple’s WWDC 2014 is going to bring us some interesting updates and changes. The new iOS 8 should be revealed at the event in San Francisco and also we should learn more about the Healthbook app that is supposed to monitor our health and activity (from blood work to hydration and more).
Last year’s conference brought us the wonderful iOS 7, iTunes Radio, OS Mavericks and two gorgeous new laptops: the new MacBook Pro and the updated MacBook Air.
Could this mean that we’re going to see a new MacBook Air this year? Perhaps one with a Retina display? Most people think this is what Apple has in store for us at the event on June 2. Still, there have been some rumors which point at the new MacBook Air being launched in September, along with the iPhone, but to be honest, we highly doubt it. Apple won’t let anything steal iPhone 6’s thunder, even if it’s one of their own products.
The rumors around iOS 8 hint at the new operating system being not too different from the current iOS 7 looking at the fact that Apple has just launched iOS 7.1.
If you are a developer and you would like to apply for tickets, you can do that on Apple’s WWDC 2014’s website right now. Hurry up, because the deadline is April 7, 10AM PDT.
Are you looking forward to Apple’s WWDC 2014? What are your expectations? Share your thoughts in the comment section below, we’d love to hear from you.