The days are getting closer to the launch of Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference which is going to be held at San Francisco on 11 June. Apple is going to launch some very “interesting stuff”, and we already have an idea on what Apple might be showing. Read below to find out more.
We pretty much have an idea that Apple is going to launch its next version of iOS firmware, that is iOS 6. iOS 6 has been in the making for quite some time and many prominent media outlets have given us some insight on what Apple might be showing us this WWDC 2012.
We have already heard much about the 3D maps that is going to be one of the prominent feature of iOS 6 and we have already written extensively about it here and here. Well we now have another feature that is going to get a major boost in iOS 6 and that is the photo app.
Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu tells investor today that Apple is going to give the camera and photo app a major upgrade. The upgrade includes synchronize video clips across devices through iCloud and allowing other users to comment on each others pictures.
This is upgrade will make users rely less on third party software to share pictures with each other, much like Instagram which was acquired by Facebook for $1 billion.
The new camera and photo app will greatly enhance iOS experience and with other iOS 6 features we are bound to see some other stuff that will simply wow us.