Apple's WWDC Kicks Off Monday, With Health and Automation Intros Expected
A new home automation system. New software for iOS and Mac OS X. And maybe even new hardware.
That's what we can expect at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference, which kicks off Monday in San Francisco.
The company is virtually certain to unveil bothMac OS X 10.10 and iOS 8, with the latter expected to include a new health-based aspect and possibly the rumored home automation functionality. The event may also feature some acknowledgement of Apple's big purchase of Beats Electronics and Beats Music.
Not expected at the event are new Mac, iPhone or iPad hardware, nor the long-rumored iWatch or Apple-branded TV.
The keynote, led by CEO Tim Cook, kicks off Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. Follow our sister site Appletell for a live blog of the event.
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