This is what we expect to see at WWDC 2013
After hosting Events such as Game Developers Conference and Google I / O , the Moscone Center will witness the latest ads, this time courtesy of Apple. In recent weeks some things have been rumored that could show the Cupertino company in the WWDC 2013 , with IOS and Mac OS X the only confirmed by Tim Cook .
Outside of these two operating systems, gaze is also commissioning hardware upgrades like MacBook, as well as traditional software to take advantage of the new versions of their operating systems. Regarding the iPhone or iPad, we could bet
the inclusion of a new gallery in FW will not see new ads, since both devices have exclusive events throughout the year.
Following are five things you expect to see at WWDC 2013:
Although the responsibility for operating systems Apple is still Craig Federighi, Jony Ive is having an important role inthe design of the new iOS 7. The strongest rumor suggests that the new version of iOS will adopt the trend of flat interface design is so fashionable these days.
Tim Cook has confirmed that iOS 7 and its functions will be shown at WWDC, anticipating that the OS will have better integration with Facebook and will arrive between September and December this year.
OS X 10.9
The next iteration of the operating system for laptops and desktops also come to WWDC. The new OS has the code name “Cabernet” and it is rumored that could integrate more functions of iOS, as well as an occasional adjustment to user interface design, but do not expect it to be as drastic as expected in iOS 7.
Substantial changes are focused on the user and one of them is the integration of tabs and labels for better organization of files in Finder. It also says we can run full screen applications on multiple monitor setups or Siri will be present to search our archives.
New versions of Safari and a redesign of iWork and iLife
With the announcement of a new operating system is imperative to announce new software to take advantage. In addition to the possible announcement of an updated version of Safari have programs that make up their productivity suites (Pages, Numbers, Keynote) and entertainment (iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand)
After several years without changes in structure (four, to be exact with iWork), Apple is expected to finally redesign these applications. In recent years we have seen small adjustments, however none have been as radical as to change the way we use the programs.
With the redesign sounded iOS 7, Apple could follow the same path as Microsoft to design its office software to keep pace with the operating system.
Screens for all MacBook retina
According to an analyst at KGI Securities, Apple would update its line of MacBook Pro with Retina slightly thinner screens. In its core could include new processors Intel Haswell architecture which would mean more than 10 hours of use, thanks to its low energy consumption.
According to the analyst, the inclusion of Haswell not happen in the 13-inch model, which would continue with Ivy Brindge. In the case of the MacBook Air is expected to announce the models with Retina display and a dual microphone system as those included in the MacBook Pro
A streaming music service
Four years have passed since I ran for the first time the rumor that Apple was preparing a streaming music service. At that time, new competitors have emerged that have forced the major companies follow suit.
The problem is that the labels always remain the culprits in delay, since not agree on the rate for transmission. According to the New York Times, Apple is pushing hard to close deals with music labels before WWDC, while the Wall Street Journal says that Warner Music already inside.
iRadio would be free (from advertising) and play songs according to user preferences. The last service associated with music that was Apple announced iTunes Match in November 2011, unfortunately the service has not evolved as expected. IRadio Maybe things work differently, unfortunately Apple would be coming late to the party.
What you (probably) will not see
The Apple TV
There are a number of products that remain in the air, some have been long enough in the drawer of the rumors and each to be come a WWDC hope the show. The most famous case is the Apple TV. Some analysts say that the iTV would go on sale in late 2013, based on information given to them by various manufacturers.
The TV screen would have a 50 and 60 inches and can be controlled by using a ring called gestures or voice iRing thanks to Siri. The automation project sounds like it will take some years to materialize and probably will not see it in this WWDC.
The Smart Watch
While iWatch rumors date back to 2011, a few months ago it was said that Apple would be testing the prototype of its smart watch. The device would have a curved glass screen Glass Willow and would be controlled by iOS.
First we thought it would be a complement to the iPhone, then it said Apple and Intel worked together on the project, so that the scope would be much more than a simple attachment, (such as Pebble ), after all have more than a hundred employees working on an accessory would be a waste. Will we see at WWDC? Sounds complicated, but Tim Cook could take the stage wearing one of these.
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