The Apple’s WWDC 2015 event is right around the corner. This event will take place in San Francisco in the month of June. Fans are pretty inquisitive about this whole event because no details regarding the products or the major tech updates have been confirmed by the Apple Company. So right now we are shooting arrows in the dark. However, we are anticipating that the following 5 announcements will take place at the WWDC. Here they are:
iOS 9 – This is the first and foremost announcement that we are eager to find out more about. This brand new mobile operating system will come packed with tons of features. Apple is working on security features by implementing a system, dubbed Rootless. Performance levels as well as stability fine points are also expected to be integrated in the iOS 9. The new added element like Proactive will surely be a step up for Apple’s game plan. We can’t wait to find out more!
OS X 10.11 – A fresh upgrade will roll out to Apple’s Mac OS X. This is dubbed the OS X 10.11 and will inevitably be the “talk of the town” at this year’s convention. This new update should come out with a state-of-the-art UI, personalized options and a new and upgraded App Store. This updated variant will also be targeting security matters. These security fix-ups will no longer allow uses to have access to various types of info.
Subscription for the new streaming music – Apple is ready to set in motion a cool and new streaming music service. However, the company is planning to charge users at $10/month, if they want to listen to non-stop music.
HomeKit – HomeKit is Apple’s automation platform. This is also something expected to be talked about at the WWDC in June. This new platform will work on iOS 8 and can be used on your home gadgets. HomeKit was inaugurated last year at the same expo, but so far Apple did not come out with any practical devices for this specific platform.
Product Launch – No WWDC expo would be complete without the launch of some new devices. Thus, we could expect to see a brand new iPad and a Mac to work on Apple’s newest software. Those attending the event might also get to experience a new MacBook Pro and an iMac launch.