No matter what comes out of WWDC, everyone is going to hate it.
With the kind of sentiment being pushed around by tech blogs and commenters alike, there is zero probability that anyone would like whatever Apple presents at WWDC. No one will wait even for a moment to analyse before writing it off. Tech blogs are probably already working on click-bait titles like "Apple fails ...", "Ive disappoints ... ", "Google beats Apple in innovation ....", "Doomed..." etc. Anyone who does try to reason and put forth an opinion will be termed as a fanboy(i) and ignorant. If designs have color they will be termed as copied from "Metro", if there are new features, they will be termed as "non-innovative" since they always existed somewhere else on earth, if things are actually new, out of the blue and entirely incomparable to anything else, they will be termed as useless and irrelevant.
In any case people have made up their mind about certain things.
1. Apple needs to die.
2. Apple users are stupid zombies.
3. Apple cannot come up with any new stuff, because they are not a tech company but a marketing firm.
4. Apple is panicking and in the process wants to copy all the features and design ideas from all the other manufacturers and wants to brand them as their own and sell them to stupid zombies to retain them on their sinking ship.
5. :puts fingers in ears when someone talks reason: and "LALALALALALLALALALALALA"
Its simple! Android has majority market share today. Which means Android users are the majority of the visitors of any (apparently neutral) tech blog. So these users will be a more vocal community; to appease them and hence get more page views, these blogs will word and title their articles in a derogatory-to-apple way. The problem and hence my concern is, amongst all this noise, the true discussion of merits, flaws and future of Apple's WWDC's features will be lost somewhere in oblivion. We will have to resort to pro-apple blogs. But then we all know where their bias and interest lies too. These are bad times for people who just want to know what's happening out in the tech world, without having to choose sides and getting embroiled in a childish war everyday.