Expectations for Apple’s WWDC 2015 Keynote

We’re just under an hour away from Apple’s 2015 WWDC keynote, set to start at 10AM PDT/1PM EDT in San Francisco. The keynote again will be streamed live on the web, iOS devices and Apple TV.

By now, we can pretty much expect a preview of the next version of iOS and OS X, like we have seen in the past. When Apple announced dates for WWDC 2015, VP of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller said “We’ve got incredible new technologies for iOS and OS X to share with developers at WWDC.”

Usually leading up to WWDC, well-informed “sources” leak what’s coming to the press to set expectations. Here’s what we can pretty much expect to hear on stage so far:

Here are things that may be announced but probably won’t be:

Wildcard announcements?
  • iCloud pricing structure revamped (it should be ‘cheaper’ compared to what competitors are offering)
  • Apple Pay for Canada

With everyone expecting new Apple TV hardware to be delayed, it would be a huge curveball if it was announced anyways.

What do you think is going to be announced today? What did we miss? Stay tuned as we’ll be providing a full news roundup of all the announcements, plus will be live-tweeting everything as it happens.

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