As most of us anticipated, Apple is all set to reveal their next versions of operating systems for mobile and desktop on June 13th at a 4-day long WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. However, the venue this time has been shifted to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium from the usual Moscone West location, only for the first day, though. Additionally, the Bash event will also be held at the auditorium instead of Yerba Buena Gardens.


Apple is expected to unveil a ton of exciting upgrades that will structure their upcoming products.

  • Newer improved versions of software for devices including the iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Mac computers and the Watch will be showcased at the keynote.
  • Additionally, this will be our first look at the iOS 10 that has been rumored and leaked before, aspects such as a redesigned Apple Music app are foreseen to be overhauled with lyrics support.
  • The Mac OS X will also be updated to version 10.12 that should bring much more refined features and one of the most talked about addition, Siri. Since Microsoft brought their Cortana virtual assistant onto the desktop, potential drips have suggested the Siri’s arrival on the Mac. It’s no surprise that Apple will execute upon that as customers do tend to prefer a coherent sync across all their devices.
  • Moreover, a recent report mentioned that the Cupertino giant will announce a standalone Siri SDK for developers which could, as a result, help them integrate their services directly. This is something Windows misses out right now and could lead to a substantial advantage.


  • The MacBook Pro is also due for a much-needed upgrade. The major reason behind Apple’s laptop business’ fall this quarter was the fact that customers were holding on to their decisions for those. Apple should definitely address this in order to withstand the sudden rise of PC thanks to Windows 10.

The event will be streamed live on WWDC website and on the official app. It will kickstart on June 13th at 10AM PT/ 1PM ET/ 1030PM IST.

Source: 9to5Mac
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Shubham is based out of Ahmedabad, India and is studying to be a Computer Engineer, while specializing in mobile applications. He loves covering what's new in the smartphone space and aims to make it his primary profession some day.