Apple: WWDC 2014 Keynote to follow live!

Apple: WWDC 2014 Keynote to follow live!

You know it, Apple is expected to reveal the next generations of its operating systems this Monday, and we may have a glimpse of the brand’s future iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Mac. The WWDC 2014, which begins at 7 p.m., will see Tim Cook play the master of ceremonies. The main novelties expected concern OS X 10.10 for Mac computers and iOS 8 for Apple mobile devices.

The fact that the Cupertino company is broadcasting this keynote live means that something big is happening, the company usually offering this broadcasting option for its product launches. As a teaser, the Moscone West center in San Francisco was decorated with banners with an “X” (for OS X) and an “8” (for iOS 8).

WWDC 2014 ios 8 os x 10.10 - Apple: the WWDC 2014 Keynote to follow live!Appearing behind the “X”, we can see on the banner a well-known rock face called El Capitan in the Yosemite, suggesting that OS X could be called that. Meanwhile, iOS 8 will be heavily focused on fitness and health. The long-awaited application Healthbook could record heart rate, hydration, nutrition, or blood sugar levels.

Other rumors evoke the presentation of an improved Maps application, a better Siri or even multitasking iPad with two applications on the screen. We could also see a smart home and maybe even the iWatch announced, although this is unlikely at the moment.

As a reminder, you need to access the stream from the Apple site: Safari 4 or a later version on OS X 10.6 minimum, an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with firmware iOS 4.2 or newer, or an Apple Second or third generation TV with firmware 5.0.2 or later. For the others, you will be able to follow the live commented below from the start of the keynote (click on the blue play button):