Here is my take on what WWDC 2013 could look like: June 10-14 WWDC 2013 Banners: OS X Lynx, iOS 7, iCloud, Siri Announced products: -iMac with Retina Display -MacBook Air with Retina Display -Spec Update to MacBook Pro New iMac (Mid 2013) (iMac with Retina Display) The ultimate next-generation device. -MultiTouch display -Display pivots to horizontal for touch and vertical for mouse/trackpad -Extended stand allows display to come close to user for touch -Runs iOS when horizontal and OS X when vertical -New file management system called iDocuments keeps documents in sync between OSes -Retina Display: (3840 by 2160) 21.5" -6-core i7 for OS X -Quad-core A6X for iOS -12 GB RAM (expandable up to 32 GB) -512 to 1024 GB of flash storage -Available in mid August with OS X Lynx and iOS 7 Apple's patent sketch: OS X Lynx (10.9) Powerful. Simple. Connected. OS X Lynx is the next generation of desktop operating systems. -Siri: _Set up computer by voice, control almost anything by voice -Maps: _Very simple and powerful directions and world exploration app using Apple's new database (includes Drive View) -LinkedIn Integration: _Keep track of work contacts -ZFS File System: _No fragmentation -New Multitasking System: _Apps "freeze" their state instead of quitting _Allows for apps that are in the foreground to use more resources _Cmd-Tab brings up recent app list _Switching apps automatically freezes the current app _Cmd-Q: Switch apps _Cmd-Tab: Bring up recent app list _Cmd-H: Run app in background (don't freeze) _Automatic termination quits apps when system needs resources and auto save takes care of documents _Dashboard conserves resources by freezing when not in use _New multitasking system is optional -Push Notifications: _Now available in any app -Graphics System Overhaul: _OpenGL 4.2 _AppleGL (supports OpenGL, but allows for more direct integration with OS X, converts DirectX to allow for easier porting of Windows games) _Smooth scrolling architecture _Core animation is very smooth -Recent document list on desktop (mouseover apps in dock) -Mission Control groups windows by application, but never overlaps windows (like a hybrid between Mission Control and all window expose) -Still an option for all window expose -Return of spaces to Mission Control (button switches view to "classic" spaces view with expose) -iMessage Voice (Leave recorded message on contact's Mac) -iDocuments view in Finder (replaces All My Files) -Better autocorrect suggestion system -Music app -Video app -iBooks app -iTunes Store app -iSync wirelessly syncs iOS devices to Mac (manages ringtones and apps) -Revamp of all these iTunes-related apps -Mac App Store renamed to OS X App Store -Face-based accounts -Face Unlock -iCloud document management improvements -Pull to refresh (Mail, Safari, third party apps with feeds) -Notification center also available in dashboard (and always showing in dashboard) -Tabs and Dual-pane in Finder -Apps that don't utilize more than one monitor don't take up other monitors when full screen -More gesture customization -Redesigned iWork '13 -Synced iOS notifications to OS X notification center -Airplay mirror individual apps (button next to full screen button) -Safari password syncing over iCloud -System preferences and keychain syncing over iCloud -Periodic trash emptying -Black menu bar -System Preferences renamed to Settings -Access preferences of any application in Settings -Delete non-OS X App Store apps in Launchpad -Option for Spotlight to search anywhere -Support for 802.11ac WiFi -Putting a .dmg image in the trash automatically ejects it Features in bold are ones that would be demoed or talked about at WWDC. Available for $19.99 on the OS X App Store in early August. Minimum System Requirements: -2008 iMac -2008 MacBook Pro -2008 Mac Mini -2008 Mac Pro -2010 Xserve -2010 MacBook Air -2010 MacBook iOS 7 Improvements throughout the whole OS. Get information quickly. And with style. And now available for the iMac. iOS 7 is a major release, bringing 15 amazing new features to your favorite mobile operating system. -Dynamic icons, optimized for battery life -App Previews: Zoom in on home screen to get bigger icons with widgets inside. Swipe between icons to see different widgets. (http://janmichaelcart.com/wp/portfolio-items/ios-5-concept-—-dynamic-icons/) -Phone app now uses VoIP when connected to the internet. (Works with Wifi + Cellular, so calls don't drop when the phone disconnects from the internet.) -LinkedIn integration -Face-based accounts on iPad -Face Unlock on iPhone and iPad -AirDrop -Folders can contain up to 50 apps (scrollable) -Vimeo app -Custom EQ -Set song directly as ringtone, text, or alarm -New additional search services: Ask.com, DuckDuckGo -iPhoto editing built into photos app (brightness, saturation) -Digital zoom during video recording -Brightness slider in multitasking bar iPhone -Swipe up from bottom for multitasking bar on iPhone -Quick Switches: Wifi, Bluetooth, hotspot, location services switches in notification center -Mission Control for iPad (new multitasking interface) -Download songs and apps without typing in password if pass code/face authentication is set -Radar in weather app -Shared photo stream integration with Flickr -Many improvements to Siri -Hide native apps (including Newsstand) -Settings and Safari password syncing over iCloud -Place images into Notes -Text formatting in Notes -New App Store and iTunes icons -Automatic updating of apps -Better autocorrect suggestion system -iDocuments (document manager that lists all your documents in any of your apps) -iMessage Voice (Leaves a recorded message on the contact's voicemail) -Group FaceTime -Drive View: Get a great view of buildings from the street Features in bold are ones that would be demoed at WWDC. System Requirements: -iPhone 4 (not all features), iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 -iPad 2 (not all features), iPad 3, iPad 4 -iPod Touch (4th generation) (not all features), iPod Touch (5th generation) -iMac with Retina Display Available in early August as an OTA update. And for a bonus, here is my predicted Apple roadmap: 2013 Announcements/Releases: iVision (TV Set-Top Box): February '13 Mac Pro Redesign: April '13 iPad 5: May '13 Apple TV 4: May '13 MacBook Air with Retina Display: June '13 MacBook Pro Spec Update: June '13 iMac with Retina Display: August '13 OS X Lynx: August '13 iOS 7: August '13 iPhone 5s (Tall with Speed Improvements): October '13 iPod Touch (6th generation): December '13 I know, some of the things on here are unlikely, but I hope this is the way the next year turns out for Apple. Let me know what you think. Feel free to ask questions about things that are confusing. I quickly typed most of this into the notes app on my iPhone, so some things may not be explained very well.