Siri announces Apple’s WWDC 2016
20 April, 2016 | Technology
Apple has officially announced WWDC 2016 after they launched the events webpage; however Siri happened to spill the beans a little early.
Apple usually makes its big software reveals at their annual Worldwide Developers Conference and this year won’t be any different.
The event will be held between to 13th to the 17th June in San Francisco, California.
Surprisingly the news came directly from Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, which told iOS users the exact date of WWDC 2016 when asked about the event.
As you can see from the official WWDC 2016 website, it features a rather odd list of conscious thought about what we can expect to be announced at the event (see below).
What can we expect to see at WWDC 2016?
Although, the website doesn’t give anything away directly, we do have some ideas about what Apple is likely to unveil at the event:
iOS 10 – we are likely to see Apple’s next major mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad, which will be ready for major release alongside the iPhone 7.
New version of OS X – the new version of OS X is likely to change its name to macOS to be in line with all their operating systems.
New Apple Watch – we may also see the next generation Apple Watch, which is likely to be thinner but not all that different externally to the original.
Latest watchOS and tvOS – alongside the iOS 10 and OS X we are also likely to see software updates for the Apple Watch and Apple TV.
MacBook updates – if we are lucky we may even see some refreshes to the MacBook.
Siri on Macs – Apple may also introduce Siri to Mac computers.