Apple (AAPL) may be readying an iPhone-based smart home software platform to debut at its upcoming June 2-4 Worldwide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, according to a report in the Financial Times.
Apple will be streaming this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on June 2 at 10 AM PT (1 PM ET), the company announced today. Apple only sometimes streams live video of its special events, and never announces its intent to do so this far in advance, so this is an interesting development.
Apple has just posted its official dates for Worldwide Developers Conference 2014, and the annual event will take place June 2 through June 6 this year. The registration isn’t first-come first-serve this time around, and instead will take place using random selection, as Google is doing with I/O.
We had another busy week at TalkAndroid so here’s a recap of all the top stories. E3 and WWDC took place this week. E3 showed us some new upcoming games and WWDC was just about Apple trying to play catch up, but what else is new? Samsung has announced all their rumored devices, which pretty much just leaves the Galaxy Camera 2 for their June 20th event in London.
Last March at WWDC, Apple announced that it had sold over 365 million iOS devices globally since March 2012.
Today, however, the company has taken that number to 400 million since June. Siri tells me that’s an increase of 35 million, 9.5 percent growth.