It’s the most wonderful time of the year; the Apple World Wide Developer Conference is going down this June! Rumors abound. We’ve sifted through all of them to give you an inkling of what to expect when Apple opens its doors to those lucky enough to score a ticket.
We can almost certainly
expect IOS 7 and OS X 10.9 to be announced. That means we’re looking at better
Safari, better built-in apps, and, presumably, better everything. It seems as
though OS X 10.9 will be an “iOSified” OS, so you’ll be looking at something
more like your mobile device. They’ve decided to bring the two closer together.
It makes sense that they’d buddy up; they have a lot in common. Next, Apple
went and bought a fingerprint
security company. While we don’t know anything for sure, it seems like new Apple products will incorporate a- you
guessed it- fingerprint security system.
Apple’s great at keeping up with the joneses, so don’t be surprised to see a version of something possibly called “iRadio,” their first music streaming radio program, a la Spotify and Pandora. And since we’re talking new “iSomethings,” be on the lookout for the “iWatch.” Apple’s new “smartwatch,” because smartphones, computers, and mp3 players just weren’t enough (we know who though of the idea first though…).
Again, no one really, really knows exactly what to expect until the Conference gets under way, but you could bet reasonably on some of the stuff we mentioned here. kubxlab is eagerly awaiting the new releases. The future is now! Well, it’s in June.