Apple’s next big press event is scheduled for June 13th. The company has sent invites to the press today. The event takes place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Its keynote will start at 10 am PT on June 13th, the Worldwide Developer Conference 2016 itself is going to be around for a couple of days, but unless you’re a developer, you’re more concerned about the announcements it’s going to make during the keynote.
The Worldwide Developers Conference has traditionally been a software-focused event for Apple and this year is not likely to be any different. Apple is going to showcase the next major updates for OS X and iOS.
Expect the company to unveil iOS 10 and go into detail of all of the new features and improvements that the software has. Same goes for OS X 10.12, this could be the first iteration of OS X that finally brings Siri to the Mac. Fingers crossed!
Apple is also expected to announce updates for tvOS and watchOS. It was previously expected that an updated Apple Watch might be announced during the event, so far there’s no evidence to support the theory.
The company has used this event to announce new hardware in the past, like MacBooks, so perhaps we might see refreshed notebooks. There’s talk of new Thunderbolt displays as well, they may be announced at WWDC 2016.
If you haven’t been invited to WWDC 2016, don’t worry, Apple is going to live stream the entire keynote so you won’t miss a beat.