There could be improvements and changes to iCloud, enabling iOS devices to be integrated more tightly and seamlessly, and to leverage more features, in Apple's unfolding cloud.
OS X 10.10
The same guy responsible for the iOS 7 makeover, Jonathan Ive, is reportedly also engaging in a major workover of the Mac's OS X. Many Apple watchers are expecting the next iteration, OS X 10.10 or Syrrah, to become still more like iOS. That would likely mean, in part, having the Mac software adopt at least some of the design concepts Ive introduced in iOS 7 a more stripped-down look and icon changes that reflect iOS 7.
"Mac OS X is in desperate need of an overhaul of its conceptual spatial layout," argues Daring Fireball's John Gruber. "Mission Control, Spaces, Launchpad, Dashboard — where are these things? How do you get to them? It's all a confusing jumble of ideas that have been glommed together piece by piece over 15 years."
Also on the list of OS X "wants" are richer iBooks apps, compatibility for the wireless file sharing protocol AirDrop between Macs and iOS devices, and support for the Siri voice assistant.
It's almost a certainty that new iPhone or iPads will be announced later this year, not today.
Some think, or hope, that Apple will unveil a Retina display iMac and MacBook Air. But the latter at least seems unlikely since that line was revised recently, though there are rumors of a 12-inch Retina model in the works.
There's been an almost surprising lack of rumors about the possibility that Apple will introduce the feverishly-rumored iWatch, or some other wearable device, at WWDC. So far, there's been little hard information about this, except reports over the past year about new hires with "wearables" backgrounds.
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