Apple traditionally hosts its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June and it’s sticking to that tradition this time around as well. The company today confirmed that WWDC 2015 will kick off on June 8th. As always the festivities will take place in San Francisco and we can expect to see next major updates of iOS and OS X at the event.
Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 will kick off on June 8th and will run through to June 12th. New versions of iOS and OS X will most certainly be the highlight of the event, though Apple is expected to make a couple of interesting announcements as well.
Rumor has it that the iPad Pro might be unveiled at this event. Apple has not yet hinted if it has a new tablet in the works so take this with a grain of salt for now.
However there’s a major possibility that Apple may unveil its new music streaming service at the event. Multiple reliable news publications have reported in the past few weeks that the revamped Beats Music service is going to be unveiled at WWDC 2015.
Then there’s the rumored internet TV streaming service from Apple. The company is also expected to show it off at its developer conference. Who knows, we might even be treated to a new Apple TV set-top box.
We’ll come to know what’s true and what’s not on June 8th when Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage to deliver the keynote address at Worldwide Developers Conference 2015.
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