The last iOS 8 beta that Apple has released to the world has been the beta 5, that is, one month ago. If we look at the background, Apple usually releases new beta every two weeks, on Mondays at 19:00 in the evening specifically . However, we have been without a trace of a new iOS 8 version for a month now -so two betas-. This is not by chance, nor is it an Apple mistake, rather a clue of what awaits us in four days during the September 9th release.
While it’s true that we have more than just the iPhone 6, what we don’t have a clue about is Apple’s wearable , not even a single leak. We are only sure that it will be presented on September 9th during the keynote , but we are not able to know any characteristic of it, Cupertino’s guys have known how to hide it very well, taking care of the slightest detail, such as the iOS 8 code .
Most probably and logically, Apple’s wearable is fully connected to our iPhone and iPad, but that means that iOS must be prepared for it. During the WWDC while introducing iOS 8 we haven’t seen any trace of iWatch or any other wearable among the features of iOS 8 , either in the five betas that have been released, but it will most likely be in the next beta.
The fact is that since Cupertino prefers to skip the rule of betas every two weeks and not give any explanation for it as long as the hype increases even more and the surprise is absolute on September 9.
Anyway, is four days away from the end of all the rumours we have been accumulating over the last few months. We will be here to tell you in detail what is going on in the presentation and then we will analyze precisely everything that has been presented in the keynote , so stay tuned.