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Apple set to showcase their upcoming updates at WWDC

It has become a common practice for technology companies to address developers on their upcoming releases. One of the most awaited developers conference this years surely is WWDC (worldwide developers conference) where Apple is likely to come out with next iteration of iPhone as well as Mac OS. Speculations are also high on the release on the latest iOS 7, which would power the current and well as future generation of iPhones, iPods as well as iPads. Apple has come out and set June 10 as the date for the conference which would span for four days.

The event will bring together Apple executives and officials along with developers from around the world currently working on apps development and other software technologies for iPhone, iPad and Macs. Apple’s developers had the most abounding and profitable year ever, with revenues from Applications crossing $7 billion mark. Apple is excited to reveal the latest advances in software technologies and developer tools which would enable iPhone apps developer to create some amazing and innovative apps.

Apple has been on a back foot from the aggressive competition from android and has been criticized a lot with the lack of innovation in its products. There are many analysts that believe that overall UI of iOS has become static with just rows of icons. There have been a lot of expectations from Apple over the enhanced versions of iOS and OS X slated to be released at WWDC. The conference peculiarly focuses on the software, however there will be new devices launched for Apple watchers and attendees consideration. Rumors are hot about upcoming iPhone and iPad that will be launched in the conference.

It’s been a long waiting game for the Mac Pro users, many of whom faced miscommunication with Apple about what is next in line by the designers. Last year’s WWDC was entirely capturing about Apple’s Mac array, with awaited enhancements to MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lines.

Ticket selling surely didn’t take long. Amazingly it took just 2 hours to sell all the tickets. Apple is planning to release video session available during the conference for those who couldn’t buy their tickets.

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