For starters, one thing is sure: there will be no iPad, iPhone or Apple Car. What Apple will announce at this developers conference, will be software and even plenty of it. From June 8 to 12 in San Francisco, the Cupertino, Calif., consumer electronics company will host its Worldwide Developer Conference. Approximately 5,000 app makers will come to this two-hour keynote. However, there will also be more than 80 technical sessions held during the week. They will offer more information about the software powering Apple’s devices.
Even if there are changes in store for iOS and OS X, this year’s WWDC 2015 could probably be the best moment for Apple to reveal a new streaming music service based on Beats and, why not, the first steps toward native, third-party Watch apps. The big event will begin on Monday, June 8th and fans can see it live on the Apple TV and Apple’s website. “What you get with Apple is a predictable package,” declared Jan Dawson, chief analyst at Jackdaw Research. “You know these devices are going to work well together and get better over time,” he continued.
Apple’s streaming music service: Only one year has passed after the famous transition of Beats to Apple. The giant tech company bought Beats and all its products and seemed ready to transform Dr. Dre’s streaming music service into something new and of its own. Some rumors claimed that Apple is planning to launch a 10 dollars per month subscription service that will offer unlimited access to music, like Spotify. However, there are also some names, like Pharell and Drake that are probably on board to help.
Apple TV: People are probably tired of waiting for the new Apple TV and streaming service. There are years since Apple declared that they will launch an Apple TV, but it definitely won’t make an appearance at WWDC. However, there is something that Apple could talk about at the developers’ conference, and that is software that allows developers to make apps for Apple TV.
Apple Watch updates: Even if Apple just released the Apple Watch in April, the company is already working on a software update. Jeff Williams, Apple’s senior vice president of operations, declared at the Code conference in late May that at WWDC Apple will detail a developer kit preview that will allow app makers write software directly for the smartwatch.