WWDC 2015 is going to be hosted from 8th to 12th June in San Francisco. The USP of the 2015 conference is that the attendees are going to get the opportunity to attend more than 100 technical sessions and directly interact with Apple engineers. The tickets to WWDC are not only worth a fortune, but for getting a pass to the conference you need to be really lucky. The paying members of Apple’s developer programs can register their name for a lottery and only the luckier ones whose name comes out in the lottery will get the opportunity to attend the conference.
WWDC is basically a forum for the software developers from all around the world. In this conference, the next generation softwares developed by the company are revealed. This year we have our eyes fixed on the iOS 9 and the next version of OS X. However along with softwares, one important hardware update that the techies are speculating about is the Apple TV. The introduction of Apple TV would definitely be a very impressive inclusion in Apple’s product line. But we are yet to get any official news about its introduction in the WWDC.
So let us hold our breath and hope for the best. Let’s see whether Apple is going to surprise us this WWDC by increasing its product line. We would happy to see the gradual creation of a total Apple ecosystem where there can be easy and continuous flow of data among its range of products.