The second reason is that, while we've heard SO much about the iWatch, we've never actually seen any evidence that it exists. Apple may be notorious for its secrecy, but with the amount of iPhone and iPad leaks we've seen over the past few years, we think it's highly unlikely that Apple has managed to keep the iWatch completely under wraps this whole time.
WWDC keynote rumours: iPhone 6
Yep, it's true. There are some rumours that the iPhone 6, which is expected to be bigger and better than the iPhone 5S, will be unveiled at WWDC 2014. Now this seems highly unlikely to us, but we can't rule it out completely. After all, we've got photos of leaked mockups and dummy models of the iPhone 6 coming out of our ears already, so development of the new smartphone seems to be well underway.
WWDC keynote rumours: Apple TV
We've been eagerly awaiting a new Apple TV. It's been two years since the last proper update of the set-top box, and since then, we've seen rival products from Google, Amazon and loads more enter the market. But we haven't given up hope, and we're keeping our fingers crossed that WWDC 2014 will see a new, all-singing, all-dancing Apple TV, though we're not convinced our wishes will come true.
WWDC keynote rumours: new iPads
We haven't forgotten about Apple's iPads, don't worry! But we've left them until last because we think they're the least likely to get an update at WWDC 2014. The iPad Air was introduced in October, alongside a new Retina iPad mini, so we're expecting an October 2014 launch for the next generation of both devices.
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