Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2014 will kick off next month. Apple has released the conference schedule, with the event kicking off on June 2nd with a keynote where the company is expected announce some new products. According to Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac said, citing unnamed sources, this will include new hardware.
There’s no word on exactly what we will see at WWDC, but there are a lot of possibilities, such as a new Macbook Air, the mythical iWatch or a new Apple TV. Gurman believes a new Macbook Air with Retina Display is likely to make it through the event. Apple released a slightly upgraded Macbook Air few months back, but the Retina version has yet to see daylight. In addition, Apple may showcase new versions of OS X and iOS 8, which is rumored to come with a fitness-related features.
The big Apple products likely won’t be released until later this year, when the Cupertino company is rumored to launch two new iPhones, a new iPad, and maybe an iWatch.
Apple has been quiet this year, but things should get next month. Mark your calendars, and be sure to join us for updates as lead up to WWDC 2014.