Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2015 is just a few days away. As announced, Apple is holding the WWDC from 8 to 12 June in Moscone West, San Francisco. The WWDC will begin with a keynote and later the company will make major announcements of its products.
According to a report by The New York Times, Apple is expected to release a Apple Watch's new tool kit for app developers to create smarter apps for the Watch at its WWDC 2015. Read on to know more about the new tool kit for Apple Watch.
With the release of new tool kit, Apple will allow developers to create smarter apps with smarter sensors. The Apple Watch will gain deep access to the heart-rate and motion sensors. With the improvements in the motion sensor and the heart-rate access, the Watch will be unbeatable among other components.
Gaining more apps for the Watch is important for the Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, as it is the first new product since his reins of the company in 2011. Apps from third-party developers has increased in sale of iPhones and iPads. Similarly, third-party apps could also become important selling point for the Watch too.
Apple recently released its first OS update for its Watch. The update comes with few bug fixes along with new language supports. The Watch OS 1.0.1 also improved performance of Siri and health activity tracking.
The update also includes new emoji characters and languages supports like Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Russian, Thai and Turkish.
Other Announcements at WWDC 2015
Every year Apple introduces new version of iOS on its WWDC, and this year also Apple will come up with big announcements.
It is expected that Apple could introduce the next operating system for the iPhone and iPad at the WWDC 2015. Apple will focus on the stability, bug fixes of the new OS, making it to work with old devices like iPhone 4S. Some big new features could also include in the announcements such as transit route in Apple Maps, dual-app viewing more for iPad, and a new digital assistant interface codenamed as Proactive
The Mac OS X 10.11 is expected to be unveiled with major improvements like a new security system called as Rootless. The new security system is also expected in iOS. The new music subscription is also expected to be announced at WWDC. The service will be available for $10 per month. The service will offer unlimited access to millions of songs. Meanwhile, it is also expected that, Apple might plan to provide its music service on Android devices as well.
Source: The New York Times