Friday, May 8, 2015

iOS 9 Release Date At WWDC 2015 Is Settled

According to reports iOS 9 release date at WWDC 2015 (Worldwide Developers Conference). Currently Apple company is paying its full attention to finish all adjustments on iOS 9 ahead of its WWDC 2015 introduction. The sources now say that the next operating system will gain a redesigned Siri application that will not be so colorful as user interface of Siri on the Apple Watch. It also added that the new iOS 9 features will bring a default wallpaper made up of a blue and green color scheme.

Apple engineers has also been working on major security improvements. Close to June 8th, WWDC release date, it will be clear about its plans concerning the new Apple TV, Web TV service, and OS X 10.11 “Gala”.

The reports also say that Apple does not plan to launch its long-awaited Beats Music revamp as its new streaming music service. The sources also added that an announcement at the June 8th keynote is still planned. A few weeks following the announcement, in late June, Apple will fully launch the service as part of two new software products: iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2.

iOS 8.4 update brought an entirely new design for the Music application, while the new Apple TV and Mac apps are still not ready for release. Sources claim that iOS 8.4 is expected to be launch after WWDC with limited betas released before.

Here is also should be noted that the new streaming music service, additionally to a revamped version of iTunes Radio, will launch in many countries in late June. Until then, iTunes Radio would have been working in the U.S. and Australia. The new iTunes Radio will also include unlimited skipping as part of a paid bundle.

Except iOS 9 release date at WWDC 2015 we should expect many interesting software to be launched.


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