This is our PSA for all the geeks out there: starting at 10AM Pacific Time, Apple will be holding its Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, a yearly event where they typically make their biggest announcements of the year.
We’ve seen new iDevices, Macs, software updates, and more at these in the past. What will we see this year? Well, speculation abounds. While GeekSided is sure to update you, here are some things to look out for if you want to tune in yourself:
- iOS 8 is about due and is close to a sure thing to be announced today, along with details on what it brings to the table.
- An update to OS X, following up on last year’s Mavericks update. This one is likely to be less significant than Mavericks was.
- New hardware? Probably no iPhone 6, but you might see a new Apple TV or an incremental update to the MacBook line
- Wearable devices – this is a bit of a longshot, but we know it’s coming. It’s just a matter of whether it’s today.
- Internet of Things releases. That is, not necessarily Apple stoves, microwaves, etc., but some software updates that integrate remote controls, home automation, and the like into existing Apple products.