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Apple’s WWDC being held June 13 through June 17

by Brandon Russell | April 18, 2016April 18, 2016 11:05 am PST

Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held between June 13 and June 17 in San Francisco. The announcement comes from, of all places, Siri. Ask her when the conference will be held and she will gladly tell you. “I can’t wait,” Apple’s digital assistant responds.

We’re not entirely sure what to expect from the event, but Apple often uses the stage to talk about upcoming updates to iOS and OS X, the latter of which is rumored to get a rebrand. Otherwise, we can likely anticipate new features for tvOS and watchOS as well.

In terms of hardware, Apple is rumored to bring some big updates to its lineup of laptops but, otherwise, WWDC could be fairly low-key. What kind of updates can we expect for iOS 10? And how will Apple keep OS X feeling fresh? We should find out pretty soon.

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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell likes to rollerblade while listening to ACDC.

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