Siri leaked the date for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference: Here's what to expect

A preview of what will be announced at the annual conference

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off on June 13th at Moscone West convention centre in San Francisco. Each year thousands of developers from around the world meet up with Apple engineers and sit in on valuable workshops and software sessions. 

The event usually begins with a keynote on day one. This is where the company will make any major announcements and sets the scene for the rest of the event. This keynote will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and not on site at Moscone West. This is where Apple held their "Hey Siri" event in September 2015.  

The dates for this year's conference were leaked by Apple through Siri. Siri told users the conference will run from June 13th - 17th, which many had speculated. 

 

What to expect:

As with most of these events these days, we have a fairly good idea of what to expect. It's thought Apple will unveil the latest versions of iOS and OS. Rumours are rife that new versions of watchOS and tvOS will also make an appearance.

iOS 10 is the one to watch out for at this conference. While we don't know the full breakdown of what changes will be made, hardcore Apple fans and analysts have made some predictions that make us think it'll be an exciting update. 

First up: a redesigned Apple Music app. You may remember we told you a few weeks ago why this debate is important, and it seems that Apple Music is here to stay. The new-look app will have a more intuitive interface. If you haven't already tried Apple Music, give it a go. You can get a free three-month trial.

There will be updates to Siri and news about Apple Pay, but this developments tend not to impact Irish users as much as the iOS updates. 

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