Will Apple Rediscover Its Mojo at WWDC? Find Out June 10-14

Apple announced that it will hold it annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) June 10-14 in San Francisco, and at the event, the company will detail all the latest and greatest concerning iOS and OS X, as well as conduct more than 100 technical sessions for developers.

“Our developers have had the most prolific and profitable year ever, and we’re excited to show them the latest advances in software technologies and developer tools to help them create innovative new apps,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing in a news release. “We can’t wait to get new versions of iOS and OS X into their hands at WWDC.”

Apple WWDC 2012
WWDC 2012 (Image credit: Wired)

Although the company has reason to be confident that the event will be a great success, there’s a certain feeling that Apple needs to come up with something to rekindle some of the sizzle that the company has been lacking as of late; gentle updates to iOS and OS X won’t cut it.

Sound off in the comments about your predictions (or hopes, or fears) about what Apple has in store when CEO Tim Cook takes the stage.
Via:  Business Wire
Tags:  Apple, WWDC, OSX, ios, Misc, Tim-Cook
Clixxer one year ago

I'm sure they will have something but I doubt anything with sizzle. Not that its a down year for Apple but they are in a lull of coming up with new products other than the watch.

ajm531 one year ago

well while i agree with you clixxer im hoping that apple does really surprise everyone with something whether for ios or osx and while im not an apple lover/fanboy(actually quite the opposite) if they do something big it will push innovation from others like google and microsoft not that their not innovating but any competition from any other company is good for the consumer ultimately

SmogHog one year ago

The biggest news before WWDC may be the replacing of Tim Cook.

Apple was Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was Apple

Without Steve Jobs Apple is now just an also ran.

Consumers want more control over the products they buy.

I like the USB On The Go that is part of newer Samsung Android Smartphones.


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