Apple Developers Conference WWDC17 in June : What to Expect

Apple has announced this years worldwide developers conference, slated for June 5th in San Jose where developers from all over the world will congregate to hear Tim Cook, CEO Apple share the vision they will build together in making Apple products as fantastic as they will ever be.

The annual event will be its 28th edition and will take off at the McEnery Convention Centre where in the past many innovation and application seen emerge from such conferences, now used in iPhones, iPods, Apple Watch and Macs. The event while mostly reserved for software announcement, rumour has it thatb there could be an exception this year, as the company also celebrates iPhone’s 30 years anniversary. So we could be surprised with iPhone 8 being unveiled at WWDC17?

If so, we can expect the most powerful smartphone is going to receive a complete overall and design a total makeover if you like, undoubtedly the iPhone is the crown jewel in the company and with recent slowdown in sales despite continuing to make billions for Cuppertino, most analyst agree on a refresh is much needed.(We all want to see one, yes sales is good but Apple determines the path not follow, an all new iPhone should be coming of the production line from the 100,000 strong company)

While all eyes and ears will be focused on this possibility, we can be a sure a new MacOS will be announced, after Yosemite what could be the next nomenclature Apple will be giving for the operating software? Mobile OS will also be a major highlight at the conference on how Siri could evolve even further, developers will be keen to engage with new breakthroughs made from programming languages like Swift, developer API SiriKit, HomeKit, HealthKit and CarPlay.

So there you have you it, over 1 billion users will be curious to know what their devices will be able to do next at the same time millions more anxious to see if iPhone 8 will make an appearance this year but then again iPhone 8 in 2018 has a better ring to it.

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