Apple will host its popular Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on June 2, where the company will likely offer details on the latest versions of its operating systems for Macs and mobile devices.
The five-day conference allows Apple developers to catch up on what Apple has planned for the upcoming year and beyond.
The event is headlined by a keynote address from Apple CEO Tim Cook and other top executives. In recent years, Apple has used the platform to unveil its latest version of iOS, the operating system that runs its iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
One potential avenue Apple could explore is the health sector. Company executivesmet with the FDA in December to discuss mobile medical apps, fueling speculation that Apple could launch a suite of health apps and a wearable device.
Last month, 9to5Mac reported Apple was working on an app called Healthbook, featuring a series of tabs similar to Passbook where users could track vital data like heart rate or blood pressure.
It’s rare for Apple to announce products at WWDC. The last significant product announcement during WWDC was the iPhone 4 in 2010.
Courtesy of USA Today