The annual Worldwide Developers Conference, also known as every Apple fangirl's Christmas in June, is just days away and speculation on the Mac news to come is rampant. Before the highly-anticipated keynote streams on June 10, take a look at what may be next for iOS and OS X.
- iOS 7 — The update to Apple's mobile operating may be major. According to 9to5 Mac, iOS 7 is expected to be "black, white, and flat all over." The just-released WWDC iOS app is consistent with this rumor. Official banners acknowledging iOS 7 went on display Friday at Moscone Center. Email and calendar are expected to get a dramatic overhaul, and the platform is reportedly due to arrive in September.
- iRadio — A free Internet radio service is highly likely, since Apple has been striking up licensing deals left and right, with Warner Music Group and Universal Music, according to CNET, and most recently, with Sony, reports All Things D. Google just launched its subscription service All Access, and The Verge reports that Amazon is in talks to release their own as well.
- MacBook Air Update — New processors, better battery life, and faster Wi-Fi may be imminent for the ultraportable MacBook Air, reports 9to5Mac.
- OS X 10.9 — Apparently codenamed "Cabernet," 9to5Mac alleges that the latest and greatest of Mac OS X will feature "power-user enhancements," with an updated Finder, faster Safer, and better support for full-screen apps.
We will, of course, keep you up to speed as the Apple news pours in when the WWDC Keynote goes live on June 10, so stay tuned for more iOS and OS X coverage right here!