On the surface, that sounds quite impressive, but our first thought was this: "What was so special 25 years ago?" It turns out, nothing much. 1989 was four years into the Sculley era at Apple, and the only notable release that year was the ill-fated Macintosh Portable. Of course, that's not really the point. The point is that Cue was simply referring to the fact that he began working at Apple 25 years ago in order to make a point, because since 1989, we've also seen Apple release the iMac, the iPod, iTunes, Intel Macs, the MacBook Air, not to mention the iPhone, iPad, and iOS. But, all of those products were spread out, and no one year saw multiple major Apple releases.
The question is what we can expect from Apple this year. Cue obviously also made the caveat that Apple doesn't like "to do too many things" and always likes to focus on doing "a few really incredible things", which means we can't expect everything that rumors have talked about. We know for sure that the iPhone 6 is on the docket, there's no debating that. There have been increasing rumors that Apple is going to announce a home automation system at WWDC, and Cue also mentioned that TV was a place where Apple could make something happen. That's three things, which fulfills the definition of "a few", and that doens't leave room for iOS 8, the iWatch, or the rumored iPhablet.