What to Look for From Apple’s 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference
I’m looking forward to what Apple is going to announce at WWDC but according to the assumptions, it is not THAT exciting… We will see.
Now that Facebook and Google have tried their hands at wooing developers, it’s Apple’s turn. The iPhone maker on June 13 will convene its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where it’s expected to announce upgrades to its mobile and desktop operating systems, iOS and OS X, respectively. It’s also likely that Apple will talk about device and data security as well as encryption, along with software enhancements that will improve the overall user experience. As usual, Apple will deliver a surprise or two. But perhaps more than anything, the company will have to quell concerns about a maturing smartphone market and flagging iPhone sales in the wake of a first time decline in shipments in its more recent fiscal quarter. Market watchers are looking for a sign that iPhone feature upgrades will return iPhone sales to a growth path. Apple will also need to prove the iPad has a future. There is, in other words, quite a bit riding on WWDC 2016. And the event could be critical to the…
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