Apple has another event around the corner. Yes, just a few weeks after Tim Cook unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the Apple Watch, the company is gearing up for another big set of unveilings.
The company will go through the whole show again on Tuesday, although hopefully without some of the glitches that hampered the launch in September, when the live stream of the event utterly failed to match demand.
Ahead of the event V3 has put together a top 10 of what we want to see Apple unveil - from devices to features - as the firm looks to once again dazzle the tech world with its latest offerings.
10. Yosemite offered to all for free
It would be highly surprising if the general availability of Yosemite was not announced at the event, as Apple moved the platform to Golden Master stage around two weeks ago.
The firm first unveiled Yosemite at the WWDC event in the summer as part of its usual refresh of its Mac OS X platform. The new design offers a flatter look and feel, akin to the design of iOS 7 and now iOS 8.
Last year Apple made the update to its then newest platform free to download, and we, and the Mac world, will be expecting the same again. Over to you Apple.
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