Read on to find out what we expected from the big event!
Apple's WWDC 2015 keynote is today, and it's bound to be a little more worldly and a little bit wider, touting inroads into China (worldly) and sales of the Apple Watch, a new product category (wider).
At least, that's what we expect from minute one of WWDC 2015, which officially starts today, June 8 at 10am Cupertino time, 1pm Eastern and 6pm BST.
The Apple keynote will really get interesting when Tim Cook graces the stage, wearing an Apple Watch of course, to show off what we expect are two new operating system revisions.
The latest versions of mobile-based iOS 9 and computer-based OS X 10.11 software likely to be updated, while the new Apple TV hardware is reportedly delayed due to contractual issues with content players.
We'll still hear about the future of live streaming by the way of Apple Music, all while live streaming Apple keynote. But before we boot up the always-required Safari browser to watch, let's review what's expected and rumored about WWDC 2015.
iOS 9 beta or just iOS 8.4?
Apple's WWDC keynotes have, in the past, given us our first glimpse of the new iOS version, but as much as we want to know the iOS 9 release date and features, we may have to get through iOS 8.4 first.
Apple is readying iOS 8.4 for public consumption, according to the latest rumours, with an Apple Music streaming service to take advantage of its pricey Beats Music acquisition and take on Tidal, too.
It'll cost as much as Spotify and add an artist-infused social network, according to leaks via the ongoing iOS 8.4 beta. Musicians can add song samples, pictures, videos and concert updates for followers.
But that's just half of the story for WWDC 2015. Expect Apple to pledge more stable iOS updates from here on out. Wi-Fi and battery drains bugs, begone.
iOS 9 has been tipped to include public transit directions, a better on-screen keyboard and future-proof the software for Force Touch display controls for iPhone 6S.
Apple may also tease iOS 9 with greater stability, a smaller download size and a smarter version of Siri.
Apple Pay for the UK
Early on in today's keynote, an Apple Pay UK release date is expected to be announced, with top banks like Lloyds in tow as launch partners.
While Canada and China are rumored to be getting Apple Pay later this year, the UK mobile payment platform may be ready in just two months time.
OS X 10.11 beta for Macs
There are a lot of new Macs out there, and these upgraded machines are due for an updated operating system, or at least a preview of one.
The software-focused WWDC 2015 keynote makes it the ideal location to unveil an OS X 10.11 beta to Apple-enrolled developers, one that makes Force Touch more than just a tech demo.
Its behind-the-scenes enhancements are expected to make it faster and more stable than OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and further tie it and iOS together, but not merge them.
Apple Watch sales and update
The first Apple Watch update is already being downloaded by early adopters of the smartwatch, but there are more features to come.
An official tally of Apple Watch sales may kick off the keynote. Projections beyond pre-orders have been scarce, though estimates indicate it sold more in its first day than Android Wear did in its first five months.
Turn off your Apple TV expectations
Don't expect an Apple television at this WWDC today, or any keynote in the near future, for that matter. The company is reportedly pulled the plug on such an idea.
In fact, predictions leaning toward a new set-top box for 2015 are being be recalculated, too. The new Apple TV has been delayed, at least for a few months, according to the latest report.
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