Apple Invites Press to WWDC 2016 Keynote Scheduled for June 13


Apple has officially sent out invitations to media outlets for its WWDC keynote scheduled to take place on June 13th. WWDC 2016 will kickoff with a keynote and will continue from June 13 to June 17, featuring different sessions for participating developers. The keynote in which Apple is expected to announce iOS 10, new OS X with possible name change to macOS, tvOS 10, watchOS 3 and other products will start at 10:00 AM and will take place in Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

While the main focus in going to be on the software, Apple may also introduce new hardware including new models of Mac, as well as an Apple Watch though it seems unlikely at this point. In addition to announcing new versions of its operating systems, Apple is also rumored to introduce updates to Apple Music, which was launched last year. Siri SDK is also expected with its integration with the Apple TV also rumored to be in the pipeline. Apple Pay, which is rolling out in new countries every few months is also rumored to be making its debut to web based apps in addition to native iOS applications.

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