WWDC 2014 kicks off June 2nd, with less than a week to go.
Taking place at the Moscone West, San Franciso, developers worldwide will be thronging its halls to meet Apple experts, workshops will reveal the latest iOS technologies, the Apple Design Awards will be held, and of course we’ll hear about the latest hardware and software from Apple.
The Keynote will be the highlight of the event. Taking place Monday, June 2 at 10:00 a.m. PDT (click here to see when that happens in your time zone), Tim Cook is expected to take the stage and announce new hardware and software. So, what announcements can we expect? These are the latest rumours from around the web:
Rumored ‘Healthbook’ App for iOS 8 Suggests Significant Health Component to iWatch (MacRumors)
Apple planning iOS-controlled smart home automation platform for WWDC unveiling (9to5Mac)
Apple Working With Shazam on Song Identification Capabilities for iOS 8 (MacRumors)
Apple Looking to Develop Mobile Payment Service (MacRumors)
Mac OS X 10.10:
Apple Working to Expand Siri’s Third-Party App Integration for iWatch (MacRumors)
Apple Hires Chief Medical Officer From Pulse Oximetry Company Masimo, Possibly for iWatch Team (MacRumors)
New Report Tempers iWatch Expectations, Device May Have ‘Simpler’ Technological Capabilities (MacRumors)
Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre May Make First Official Appearance at Apple’s WWDC (MacRumors)
Beats Co-Founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine Expected to Take on Senior Roles at Apple Following Acquisition (MacRumors)
Apple in Talks to Acquire Beats Electronics for $3.2 Billion (MacRumors)
iOS Guides will bring you all the important news as the event unfolds, in particular anything related to iOS 8, iPhone and iPad.