Apple officially announced to members of
the press that the WWDC keynote will start on the 13th june at 10AM PT at
downtown San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Every year developers gather
at WWDC in
San Francisco to hear the latest software announcements from Apple.
WWDC is Apple’s annual conference for
developers. The company usually announces their new products at the event, and
preview upcoming newer versions of its iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch operating
systems.
Apple officially announced to members of the press that the WWDC keynote will start on the 13th june at 10AM PT at downtown San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
This year’s keynote will be slightly very different from those of previous years as it is being held at the Bill Graham
Civic Auditorium.
At WWDC, Apple is expected to show off
the latest versions of its software for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and Watch.
The company is expected to give the first look at iOS 10, which is said to
include a redesigned Apple Music that brings support for lyrics, bigger album
art  and easy to use. Siri is likely
coming to Mac OS X 10.12. It was reported last week that Apple will also unveil
a Siri SDK at WWDC, as well. It’s also expected that Apple will change the
name of its desktop operating system, OS X, to MacOS, to better match like
iPhone OS(iOS), watchOS and tvOS which is at present.
Apple will stream much of WWDC,
including the kick-off keynote, on its WWDC website and in the WWDC app.
Via [9to5mac]