Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is an annually held convention for app makers and software developers. But over the years, this conference becomes a perfect platform for Apple to announce any of its latest software or updates.
The 27th WWDC will be held at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Auditorium. In case you don’t want to go to auditorium you can apparently watch it online. The live streaming of the presentation can be seen on Apple’s site. WWDC is expected to kick start on 13th June 2016 and conclude on 17th June.
At last year’s WWDC, you may remember, Apple introduced OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), iOS 9, and WatchOS 2. This year we can expect an update on iPad and iPhone operating system apart from that it is expected that we might hear some news related to Apple watch OS and TV OS also.
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iPhones next latest operating system will be called iOS 10. Rumors suggest that Siri will undergo serious modification will be able to pick up calls, and reply to friends and record their voicemails. Apart from that notification features will be improved are some predictions.
The big rumor about the latest Mac OS X update is the integration of Siri into operating system for Mac computers. Similar to Cortana in Microsoft even Mac PCs will have microphone option next to the menu bar. When clicked it will open the voice assist.
Watch OS :
The conference might witness Apple’s third version of Watch’s operating system. WatchOS 3 will serve new features and significant improvement in performance. Some improvement in the fitness trackers can also be expected, like better accuracy and some new health app.
But a bigger news is the company working on its own headquarters, which looks like a massive spaceship-like cylindrical campus, in California. It is expected to have the largest piece of curved glass in the world surrounded by trees spread across on thousands of acres of green space. The total cost will sum up to about $5billion.
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