wwdc 2014

WWDC is looming over our heads, ready to pounce later today, and there's no shortage of predictions floating around the web. It seems like a given that we'll get our first clear look at iOS 8 and the next OS X, but beyond that, it's a bit of a tossup.

Announcing new hardware at WWDC isn't a well established habit for the company, though they've done it on occasion in recent years. Both the iPhone 4 and Mac Pro made their first official public appearances at the annual conference, so a device debut certainly isn't out of the question.

If Apple is indeed hard at work on a wrist-worn wearable, a larger iPad, or any other top-secret gadget, the company's trending of holding special events for especially big product reveals suggests they'd save those for a later date. Of course, Apple isn't usually in the business of dropping $3 billion on an acquisition either, so there's an hint of unpredictability in the air already.

I put the question to you: What do you most want to see from Apple today?

What do you most want to see from Apple today?
The new OS X, flat textures incoming! 64 (10.6%)
iOS 8 with a bunch of crazy new features94 (15.6%)
The iWatch, duh!94 (15.6%)
The mythical "iPad Pro"19 (3.1%)
Spec bumps to Mac hardware28 (4.6%)
MacBook Air /w Retina because *drool*39 (6.5%)
An AppleTV rebirth138 (22.8%)
A new iPod because I want to pretend it's 200122 (3.6%)
None of these sound good, I want something completely unexpected106 (17.5%)

This article was originally published on Tuaw.