OS X "Yosemite"
Besides having a complete GUI overhaul, Apple has pushed OS X and iOS to make the transition between the two seamlessly. Now with OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, both your iMac and your iPhone can handle SMS and phone calls so that you aren't constantly juggling multiple devices. They also announced iCloud Drive. Which just seems to be a rip-off of Google Drive. Just like OS X Mavericks, Yosemite will be available as a free download from the app store on supported devices.
Apple announced HealthKit as a default app included with iOS 8. The app again is just a rip-off of Nike+ and a lot of other fitness apps on the app store. It lets you track exercising and other health data in one place. It also takes advantage of the new M7 chip in the latest generation of iPhones (in english, that means it can track your movements more accurately while draining your battery faster). Apple didn't mention any other Apple product tie-ins, but many rumors are spreading on the internet that this is preparing everyone for the iWatch that Apple is supposedly working on.
And that's just about it. Everything else was just filler sentences to add to the suspense. If you want to watch the confrence for yourself, check it out at http://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2014/. Now that it's all said and done, let's start the countdown for WWDC15. See you next year!
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