Apple is going to hold its WWDC 16 keynote on June 13 at 10 a.m. The company informed the media folks by sending out invites for its Worldwide Developers Conference which is going to be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference once in a year for the developers. During the conference, the company is known for previewing its new version of operating systems for iPhones, Mac, and the Apple Watch. It is also expected that the company will unveil new hardware as well during the conference.
Apple is expected to launch a new SDK for Siri during WWDC 16. This will allow third-party developers to integrate Siri into their apps allowing iOS users to control 3rd-party applications and services using their voice. This will put Siri in competition with Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Apple is also expected to announce a name change for its desktop operating system from OS X to Mac OS. This will bring the name of the desktop operating system in line with other platforms, such as iOS, tvOS, watchOS. Siri is also expected to make its way into the Macs.
A major Apple Music redesign is also expected to be on the list of announcements that Apple is going to make during the WWDC 16 keynote. Users have been complaining about Apple Music being too cluttered and difficult to use.
[via Tech Insider]