BY admin | June 6, 2013
So we have more details coming for you. Apple WWDC 2013 predictions & rumors suggest iOS 7, OS X 10.9 and Retina MacBook Air to surface
On next Monday kicks off Apple’s 2013 edition of developer conference. A bunch of new products and upgrades are expected for release at WWDC 2013. Apple is reportedly all set to unveil the new iOS 7, OS X 10.9 and fresh upgrades to a line of its Mac PCs including Mac Pro and MacBook Air 11 and 13-inch units. The four days from June 10 to 14 will surely be a feast for Apple fans as they are to receive a variety of new products.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the keynote at 10AM on June 10, Monday at the WWDC. This year’s WWDC would indeed have the same pattern of the past events, but it is hoped that it would have more video converge features this time. Different from former years, Apple is undergoing huge pressure this year, because of the booming growth of Android over iOS.
It is arguably true that there is no as much enthusiasm about the next lineup of Apple products as it used to have in the previous years. Many factors have surely worked behind the glamour loss of Apple products like iPhone and iPad. The company is still trailing back in following modernity that most of the Android developers have accepted swiftly. The iPhone’s major rival the Galaxy S4 is adorned with a high quality 5-inch FullHD screen, a seamlessly powerful quad core CPU and more.
Similar trends have started to prop in both notebook and tablet markets as well. A rich collection of Android tablets under all prices and screen sizes is dominating the market now. When it comes to the Ultrabook market, fresh products like the Sony Vaio Pro (11 and 13) are certainly capable enough to outshine the MacBook Airs.
Only four more days are to go to the WWDC 2013 now. It is almost sure that the new iOS version, the iOS 7 would be one of the biggest showpieces of the event that is going to take place at Moscone West in San Francisco. The new OS X 10.9 and Retina MacBook Airs will also be other major center pieces at the event.