As the much-awaited conference is getting near, here are the latest updates and news from Apple’s WWDC 2015. The iPhone maker has suggested that many new product upgrades will be presented during this year’s edition of the conference, even though the new Apple TV set won’t be present at the event.
U.S. analysts have used every possible means to express their discontent in relation to the company’s recent decision to postpone the launching of a new Apple TV set. Consumers have been anticipating the new product for a long time, but Apple’s officials have declared that the live streaming set is not yet ready for production.
There could be many marketing motives as to why Apple chose to suspend the production works for the new Apple TV set. Experts believe the company has encountered difficulties when trying to obtain streaming licenses from major TV companies such as Fox News, ABC, CNN and CBS. Those rumors have been partially confirmed when the smartphone producer declared in a recent interview that the product was not ready for prime time.
Customers had high hopes for the new online streaming set. Apple promised them in the past that the new version will feature an improved built-in remote controller and Siri assistance.
Although Apple TV won’t be available on store shelves any time soon, there are still many reasons why consumers will most likely want to take part at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference. The giant enterprise plans to introduce its customers to iOS 9. Also, new updates are expected for the company OS X software.
Apple consumers, who have been waiting the company to upgrade existing music programs or release new applications, will be happy to hear that this year’s conference will see the introduction of a new music streaming service.
A new Apple Watch toolkit is also in the making, according to the recent declarations made by the developing company. The new wearable program will enable developers to create many more Watch apps in the future.
The great news for analysts, however, is that the event will be live broadcasted from Moscone West Center in San Francisco. Interested attendees will simply have to access their MACs and tune in on June 8, at 10:00 A.M. local hours.
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