WWDC event will begin on June 13 in San Francisco, but on the eve of it and several rumors are circulating. One of those rumors that Apple refers to present the iMessage application on Google's Android operating system.
According to sources, the Cupertino company plans to compete with Android, as well as expand its reach beyond the iOS and OS X itself.
It is clear that the plans are always subject to change when it comes to Apple ads. However, iMessage definitely come to Android this year.
Bring your own applications to the rival platform is nothing new to Google and Apple already quepor example the Mountain View giant has recently launched its Allo messaging application, which is available for iOS and Android. Allo is a new instant messaging service that will compete with WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Wizard has a chatbot developed by Google. Allo, as WhatsApp, it will also feature information encryption end to end.
On the other hand, the Cupertino company has shown love for Google with the launch of two of its applications in Google Play Store (iOS and Apple Move to Music). Apple revealed Apple Music last month. The service includes a live radio station called Beats 1 ua series of tools to find selected playlists or individual songs and music social network where users can comment on the music and share it.
Some of the other developments to be announced at WWDC 2016 event would updates OS X, iOS 10 watchOS 3, a redesigned iTunes, among other things. There is also speculation that Siri party take a new SDK and the inclusion of personal assistant in OS X 10. 12.