Hi Everyone! It’s that time of the year again when we wonder what updates will Apple bring to our devices? In case you were wondering, Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference will be in San Jose, California from June 5, 2017 – June 9, 2017. There, CEO Tim Cook and team members will display new features for the iMac, iPad, iPhone, AppleTV and Apple Watch.
What features will be displayed? From a recent video that I watched, here are some possible features:
- Group FaceTime
- Updated hardware for AppleTV
- IPad Pro 2
- Support for 4K
These features are only rumored, which means they may happen and they may not. We all will have to wait to see what Tim Cook will bring us. From past events, users can view the WWDC online. If by chance you can’t view it live, the recording stays on Apple’s site for sometime and will be added to YouTube eventually.
Last, here is some good information that maybe you didn’t know. If you are a developer, you can participate in the Apple Beta Software Program. There, you can receive beta updates for iPhone and iMac, test and report back any discrepancies that may occur. In addition, you will have future updates and to see what Apple brings before your friends do. If IOS11 will be part of the WWDC, developers most likely will receive the beta updates prior to the event.
It will be interesting to see what Apple brings to our devices and how they will improve. As an Apple supporter, it’s always refreshing to have new features.