Apple CEO Tim Cook is promising new features for phones, tablets and Mac computers as he opened the company’s 25th annual conference for software developers. Cook says the separate systems for mobile and Mac devices have been engineered to work seamlessly together.
Apple says the next version of the Mac system will be called Yosemite, after a national park in California. It will sport a new look and refined toolbars to make it easier to scroll through content.
There’s speculation that Apple could use Monday’s keynote to showcase its plans to help manage people’s health, finances and homes.
Sujeet Indap of the Financial Times joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson to talk about what else to expect from the highly-anticipated conference.
- Sujeet Indap, reporter for the Financial Times. He tweets @sindap.