WWDC 2015: Apple's Biggest Event Set For June 8
BANGALORE: Apple is all set for the key conference where previously some amazing technologies from the company were launched. Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is scheduled to begin with a keynote at 10 am pacific on June 8 as reported by BI.
The conference in the past has seen the launch of software updates for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac and for this year Apple is expected to announce two new products, one is a remodeled acquisition while the other is the TV streaming device.
The critically acclaimed subscription streaming music service Beats Music and Beats electronics was bought by Apple last year for $3Billion. Apple has redefined Beats by molding it into a streaming service that will stand tall against others like Spotify, Rdio and Tidal. As was reported by 9to5Mac, the streaming service will also be compatible for Android phones.
The TV streaming device that the company named Apple TV Box comes along with a new remote and a touchpad which will sport a new user interface allowing developers to create apps for the service. The Apple TV is getting an update after a long time where the last was in March 2012.
Apart from these two, there will be the release of update for the iOS that runs on Apple gadgets. Nothing new or big is expected on it except for a few minor bug fixes and adding stability.
The schedule of the conference is after the keynote, thousands of developers will attend sessions with Apple employees to master on how to make apps suitable for the Apple devices.
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