Quite expected: Apple will focus more on OS X than iOS on WWDC 2014

9to5Mac:

Apple may be planning to give the next version of the Mac OS X operating system, 10.10, a larger presence than iOS 8 at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, according to sources with knowledge of the plans. Because OS X 10.10 will feature an end-to-end redesign, not dissimilar from the scope of the changes to the iPhone and iPad operating system with iOS 7 last year, Apple wants to heavily promote the new system to developers. Apple has also been allocating iOS user interface resources to OS X teams in order to finish up the new OS X design in time for WWDC, and 10.10 development is said to be “steaming forward…”

It's understandable. Last year's WWDC were mostly about the iOS 7 redesign, so it was almost expected that Apple would focus more on OS X this year.

Hopefully iOS 8 will get some new cool features and changes too though. We will probably see the leaked new Apps, and the new health/fitness support at least.

What would you like to see in iOS 8? Personally I think it has all I need at the moment.