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What To Expect From Apple At WWDC 2014

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WWDC 2014 Roundup: Enhanced iOS 8, redesigned OS X 10.10, new hardware , Siri, Apple maps, Split screen i-Pad and many more …

WWDC 2014 Roundup: Enhanced iOS 8, redesigned OS X 10.10, new hardware , Siri, Apple maps, Split screen i-Pad and many more

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  • 1. ? San Francisco
  • 2. AT A GLANCE WWDC 2014 will kick off on June 2 with a keynote address from Apple CEO Tim Cook at San Francisco. OS X 10.10 & iOS 8 is the most likely focus of the event, but there are a number of other possible topics, including some hardware. Although a revamped Apple TV and the iWatch are reportedly not yet ready for unveiling.
  • 3. iOS 8 Banners
  • 4. OX 10.10
  • 5. WWDC 2014 Activities Include:
  • 6.  100+ technical sessions from Apple engineers on a wide range of topics related to the latest iOS and OS X technologies  1,000+ Apple engineers supporting 100+ hands-on labs/events to provide code-level assistance to developers and providing guidance to make most of Apple technologies  The latest innovations, features and capabilities of iOS and OS X, and how to enhance an app's functionality, performance, quality and design  The opportunity to connect with thousands of iOS and OS X developers from all around the world (last year 60+ countries were represented)  A new series of get together for attendees focused on particular topics with special guest speakers and activities  Inspirational lunchtime sessions with leading minds and influencers from the world of technology  Apple Design Awards which recognize iPhone, iPad and Mac apps that demonstrate technical excellence, innovation and outstanding design
  • 7. iOS8Don’t expect to see another set of sweeping changes to iOS this year. Instead, iOS 8 should begin to polish up some of iOS 7’s rough edges while introducing a number of key new features.
  • 8. Smart HomesWhat if your iPhone could unlock your front door, turn your lights on, and welcome you home with just the right song playing through your living room speakers? That might just be possible with iOS 8.
  • 9. New Apps A pair of OS X's built-in apps could be headed to the iPhone. The image-viewer Preview and the basic writing tool TextEdit may be included in iOS 8, bringing further parity between the two platforms’ basic apps. iTunes Radio could get its own app too.
  • 10. SiriNot sure what song you're hearing on the radio? Looking it up may be easier with iOS 8. Siri will be able to listen to songs and automatically identify them when asked.
  • 11. Apple Maps Apple's Map app could see its biggest update ever sometime soon. It could be delayed until after the operating system’s initial debut — Apple certainly doesn’t want to release an imperfect app once again.
  • 12. Split-Screen iPad Apple is said to be developing the ability to run two apps at once while holding the iPad in landscape. The apps will reportedly appear side by side, but the feature may be limited to the larger iPad Air for now.
  • 13. iPhone 6Two bigger iPhones are said to be on the way this year, for late summer or early fall. Apple is working on iPhone models with around a 4.7-inch display and around a 5.5-inch display — both far bigger than the 4-inch iPhone 5S.
  • 14. MacBooks Apple brings one of its high-resolution Retina displays to the MacBook Air. Apple is working on a slimmer MacBook Air with a 12-inch Retina display, potentially for later this year.
  • 15. iPadAfter last year's big updates, no one's expecting any huge changes to Apple's iPads this year, but they could gain one notable addition: a Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
  • 16. iWatchWith all of the health experts it’s been hiring, Apple appears to have some big plans in store. The latest reports peg the iWatch's launch as being targeted later this year.
  • 17. Apple TV Apple will come to even the familiar Apple TV software soon, including support for Siri and third-party apps, giving the tiny box a whole lot more potential. Apple remains very interested in television — and the rest is still to come.
  • 18. Beats Tim Cook will be taking the stage at WWDC just days after Apple’s biggest acquisition ever.
  • 19. Livestream For The First Time DO WATCH!!
  • 20. References • http://www.apple.com/ • http://www.theverge.com/ • http://www.cnet.com/ • http://www.macrumors.com/ • http://9to5mac.com/
  • 21. THANK YOU