Apple’s WWDC keynote has come and gone, and it was quite a show. Apple felt like they were going at about 1 million miles per hour, and their 2 hour 20 minute show felt like it could have gone 4 hours and they would not have lacked content. Let’s take a quick look at each segment.
I don’t usually do lists, but why the heck not do one for the biggest conference in our corner of the internet the one time a year it comes around. Considering we have had zero hard leaks so far and only semi-confident rumors, making lists like this is more exciting since there are no gimmies (well, besides iOS 11, watchOS 4, and macOS *blah*). I don’t really have a system for this list, but I tried to do things that are not incredibly obvious or total pie-in-the-sky dreams. I think all of these are totally possible. So without further ado, here are 10 things I expect Apple to show at WWDC 17.
The Verge conveniently made this nice article that listed the 13 biggest announcements from last year’s WWDC and I thought it would be fun to look at what we thought was a big deal last year and see if they hold up today.
This article on The Motley Fool (at fool.com, which I think is unintentionally apt) is a dumpster fire of Apple Watch analysis.