May 28 2014, 3:55am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
So the time has finally come when all eyes are on the Moscone Center which is the venue for Apple’s this year’s WWDC. Even the chance of getting to see the very first of the banners being put up is exciting because each year we all try to do just that hoping that it would give us some insight into what surprise Apple is going to drop in on us. The fun part is that even the tiniest of things taking place at the venue will be concentrated upon and a meaning will be attached to everything.
Now this year’s tagline of “Write the code. Change the world” has left us wondering whether it really resembles “save the cheerleader” quote from Heroes!
However, if we take it seriously, this one is a pretty revealing tagline and we don’t think there is any need to decrypt this one because our safest bet at the moment is that we will see iOS 8 for the first time next week, with the first beta build hopefully being made available to developers. We might also get lucky enough to see the Mac OS X’s next version which is going to be its first look to the public. If we talk about the hardware, then the new iMacs might dawn upon us as well.
But for now, everyone can only think of the iOS 8 and we are looking forward to a lot of new features and even a completely different pattern to use along with our favorite Apple devices. The iOS 7 had brought a huge change with it and this is the reason why everyone is anxiously waiting for the new OS.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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