Apple to unveil iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 at WWDC on Monday


The consumer world can’t get enough Apple and we’re seeing that in the fact that every major announcement the company makes is a huge deal to just about everyone. Another Apple announcement is coming tomorrow as the company will be unveiling new operating systems and software for what can only be the next generation of devices.

According to Mashable, Apple is set to unveil our first look at OS X 10.10 at the Worldwide Developers Conference as well as our first look at iOS 8 which will be available on iPhones later this year.

"At 10 a.m. local time, an Apple executive — probably CEO Tim Cook — will trot onstage at San Francisco’s Moscone Center to kick off the keynote for the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference to unveil the next generation of software for all its devices. iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 will be shown to the public for the first time, each with plenty of new features."

We saw a similar announcement last year which introduced us to iOS 7 and the new OS X Maverick but Apple has already stepped it up and moved on to bigger and better software. This is just an announcement that Apple is making as part of a keynote speech, and the software itself won’t be available until later in the year but many are believing that this is the first major step towards getting an iPhone 6 release date.

When the new iOS comes out, logic would suggest that it would come with the arrival of the iPhone 6 since this latest iOS is the most updated mobile software yet for Apple.

Of course, that’s all speculation but the fact of the matter is Apple is going to be introducing new software on Monday and that can only mean new devices are just around the corner.