WWDC 15
WWDC 15 kicks off June 8 - a new Apple TV is expected

14 Apr 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

Apple’s annual developer conference WWDC kicks off June 8. Apple will tell us about the future of iOS and OS X, and the companyis also expected to unveil a new Apple TV with an App Store as well as its plan for the connected home.

WWDC 15 kicks off June 8

A few weeks ago, details of new Apple TV with an App Store and Siri were leaked. The new box will reportedly be part of a grand vision for the living room that Apple will connect through Apple TV, HomeKit, and possibly other devices or services.

Apple is expected to tell us more about its plan for the future of Apple TV at WWDC 15. WWDC usually start with a keynote that is live streamed to those who are not attended.

Apple WWDC 15


The WWDC 15 invitation depicts color-tinted app icons of iPhone/iPad, mixed with color-tinted app icons of the Apple Watch. The center icon has a text that that reads "The epicenter of change".

The rumor says that a new Apple TV will have an App Store and Siri voice control. A new remote control is also believed to be in the works. A separate report claims that the new Apple TV will not support 4K resolution.

WWDC 15 will be held June 8 through June 12 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Apple will stream live the event on this site.



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