WWDC 2017 will be taking place next month and we’re sure many are curious and excited as to what Apple could be getting ready to announce. For those wondering, we are getting close as Apple has since started to send out media invites to the event which will be taking place on the 5th of June and will run until the 9th of June.

As to what will be announced, it is safe to assume that we will probably be hearing more about what Apple has planned for the future of iOS and macOS. We had previously heard that Apple could introduce its own version of Workflow for both iOS and macOS and that’s something to look forward to. Presumably there could also be updates on watchOS and tvOS, but we haven’t really heard much on that front yet.

As for potential hardware launches, there was a wild rumor earlier this month that suggested that Apple could unveil its next iPhone at the event. While we’re not privy to Apple’s decisions, based on previous releases and reports from reputable sources, that does seem to be a bit unlikely, so don’t get your hopes up just yet.

However we have heard that Apple could be launching its own Amazon Echo/Google Home competitor so that could be interesting, but either way do check back with us next month if you’d like the official details.

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