Wall Street Journal confirms iRadio and more -
Just a few hours before the keynote, the Wall Street Journal does not shy away, again to fuel the fire in the rumor mill with a nice stack of alleged documents. As the reliable media reports, the paper suggests improvements in photo and video sharing in iOS 7 is reported:
The new iOS will also include new ways to share photos and videos with other iPhone users and other enhancements, these people said.
In addition to updated Mac OS X 10.9, including the report also confirms the continuing work on the legendary TV project – the negotiations with TV networks and cable providers. Although there will be no new iPhone or iPad at WWDC 2013, the article argues that new iPhone “looks a lot like the current one”.
Finally, Apple will finally benefit from purchasing the search engine app Chomp:
Cue has also been deploying engineers acquired through the company’s purchase last year of app search engine Chomp to help improve data practices across products, including maps, according to people close to the company.
But the most interesting statement is the confirmation of the already predicted iRadio. In fact, Apple will introduce the new service during today’s keynote, as the report confirms. Further confirm basically all the rumors in recent weeks – the iRadio will focus on the concept and offer a Pandora radio channel based on the user preferences. The offer will be free and funded by audio and text apps. The service, which should already be planning for a year, started in September, but for the time being exclusively