May 30 2014, 11:10am CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Apple’s WWDC event is just around the corner and we have already had a little sneak peak at the preparations for the event at The Moscone Centre in San Francisco. As the event comes closer, we are dying with anticipation at the prospect of new announcements from the fruit company. One of the analysts, Ming-Chi Kuo, has predicted that we might see a cheaper iMac as well as an iPhone 5s with 8GB of internal storage at the event.
Since the announcement of the WWDC, we research analysts all over have been trying to find out what is going to be in store for us and what important thing is going to make part of the initial keynote presentation. One of the most widely accepted thoughts is the next-generation of its iOS mobile operating system, iOS 8, as well as the future of Mac OS X in the form of OS X 10.10. Along with this generally accepted suspicion, Kuo also states that we might see some significant price drops in the hardware.
The source of this speculation comes from a company’s report which said that there is going to be a future arrival of lower cost iMacs. Considering the savings made in the production process, a price cut is likely.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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