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Double Confirmation: New Apple TV, iWatch Not Expected to Debut at WWDC 2014

If you’ve been wishing for a new Apple TV to debut at WWDC 2014, think again. Sources tell John Paczkowski over at Re/code a new Apple TV or iWatch will not be revealed at WWDC nor will there be any previews for such a device:

Dial back your expectations or be disappointed. Sources familiar with Apple’s plans tell Code/red that Tim Cook will not use WWDC to unveil Apple’s mythical wearable device. Nor will he use it to show off a new Apple TV, or even preview the new software the company is developing for it.

Paczkowski has some excellent Apple sources so his word is usually correct.

Yesterday 9to5Mac detailed how WWDC will reportedly focus on Mac OS X 10.10; the report also stated an Apple TV launch has been delayed, which Re/code has echoed today.

Apple revealed during their Q2 2014 earnings call 20 million Apple TV units have been sold to date.

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  • matthewcouto

    So no new software, no new devices, what the hell is the point of WWDC?

  • http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/ Gary

    I’m sure we’ll see previews of future versions of iOS and OS X again. There might be a hardware surprise thrown in there, maybe a new Mac mini?

  • Al

    If you know what WWDC stands for, then you have your answer. The keynote, that get’s all the “general public” attention, is largely irrelevant to the overall purpose of WWDC.