We will be live-blogging Apple's WWDC event 2014. The event will begin at 10.30 pm India Standard Time.
Will Apple show-off the iPhone 6 with a 4.5-inch screen at WWDC this year? Let's face this has been a pretty low-key WWDC even in terms of the rumours, so Apple could surprise us all with a big announcement.
Apple will show off the key features for OS X 10.10 during the Keynote address. Now it seems that the name for the OS X 10.10 will be Yosemite.
Chief correspondent and Editor-at-Large of Mashable, Lance Ulanoff tweeted out the first image of OS X 10.10 Yosemite running on iMacs. Do we know that’s the final name? Not quite. But the wallpaper on the Macs suggests it could be Yosemite or El Capitan, a vertical rock formation within the park. Check out the image.
I'm hoping Cook's 'One more thing' is a peek at iWatch. Unlikely, but one can hope :)
@Roydon: Seems unlikely. Hardware has never been big at WWDC. Although if there is a one more thing it might just be an iPhone 6.
*Sigh* ... Oh well, I'll take an iPhone 6 over iWatch I guess.
We should be beginning any moment now
Currently A Sky Full of Stars by Coldplay is what is playing in the Moscone Centre. The event should be starting in some minutes. Yay Coldplay.
You've got to love the music at WWDC
Apple's WWDC keynote address has started. There's a video with people talking about how they don't know what developers are. Paper, the iPad app that allows users to create beautiful pictures on the iPad, is shown.
Ok, the people talking about the apps are a tad annoying.
If the video is anything to go by, the conference is definitely going to focus a lot more on developers.
Apple is showing us how people are depending on iOS apps to do pretty much everything: from sports to even help people without a hand gain functionality.
And Apple CEO Tim Cook is on stage. And he's on to talk about how Apple plans to celebrate the developer community during the conference.
"This is a milestone year for this conference. It's the 25th year for WWDC," says Tim Cook. There are also student scholarship winners at the conference.
Apple has over 1000 engineers at the conference. The youngest developer at WWDC is 13, says Tim Cook.
"We have over 9 million developers. That's the most developers we've ever had," he says.
iOS 8 and OS X will be working seamlessly points out Tim Cook.
There's also a mega release and Apple had dedicated an entire section of the conference to this. Ooh exciting.
Oh no, the OS X name dilemma. OS X Oxnard was on the cards as was OS X Rancho Cucamonga. OS X Weed was also on the cards.
The new name is OS X Yosemite, announces Apple exec Craig Federighi.
Craig Federighi is Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering, reporting to CEO Tim Cook