Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will get underway on June 8th this year. The tagline for this year’s event is "the epicenter of change.”
Apple is being typically vague about what we can expect to hear about at WWDC. It gave its regular statement that we'll see "the future of iOS and OS X." You’d expect that to be a given. Every year, one of Apple’s top executives kicks off the conference with a keynote presentation. We usually hear about sales and distributions highlights which, this year, should focus on the Apple Watch.
Major software updates are usually talked about. The first developer beta for iOS 8.4 went live this week, so that could be a talking point. Hardware debuts are not as common at WWDC as they used to be, but they’re not completely out of the question. It has been reported that Apple may unveil a new version of the Apple TV at the conference this year.
Apple’s WWDC will start on June 8th with developer events running until June 12th. This time, events will be streamed to those offsite. And, if you are going, it’s worth remembering that selfie sticks are banned on the Moscone grounds, so leave them at home.