Last week, Apple official announced the WWDC 2014 event, and the whole world is now waiting on what will be revealed from June 2nd. Apart from the information on OS X 10.10 and iOS 8, more information has emerged with what Apple might be releasing this year.
A report from 9to5Mac informs that the forthcoming iOS version, assume as iOS 8, is being referred to as codename Okemo. From what is known so far, the Healthbook app will be center of attention, but there’s much more to look forward to despite this feature which may also be available on the unconfirmed iWatch.
For example, the report also sheds light on VoLTE (voice-over-LTE) support, and the updated software will be configured to support this technology. This would improve call quality courtesy of the advanced nature of LTE networks, although T-Mobile currently is the only carrier with a 100% operational VoLTE in place.
iOS 8 is also said to bring support to iTunes Radio with its standalone version; this would promote a service that hasn’t got a push since the iOS 7 roll out. Maps are also purported to improve, bringing a standard functionality comparable to Google and Nokia offerings.
OS X has been called for design changes, and it’s expected to follow the flatter, cleaner UI of iOS. More will be known when Apple takes stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and with some possibility of new hardware, there’s a lot to look forward to.
What are your hopes from WWDC 2014?
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