What To Expect From Apple At WWDC Monday

What To Expect From Apple At WWDC Monday
What To Expect From Apple At WWDC Monday

TORONTO – Its that time of year again, when Apple offers their yearly keynote. Tim Cook’s WWDC launch with perhaps new surprises. new generation Siri? A Mac? An Apple Watch 2? Follow live ads from the keynote.

[Updated June 13, 2016 at 12:14] Whether preparing for this new Apple keynote? Tim Cook will take the microphone this Monday, June 13, 2016 opening of the WWDC developer conference, to be held throughout the week in San Francisco. This appointment is generally less popular than the general public in September which should be unveiled in 2016 the iPhone 7 . But this year, Apple could hold surprises. The keynote will actually take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, a 7,000-seat concert hall reserved for important releases: it is in this place which was unveiled the iPhone 6S, the iPad Pro and Apple TV in September last. on this page, you can follow at 19h (French time) listings of the Apple keynote live live.

The opening keynote of WWDC is traditionally dedicated to the brand’s operating systems. Apple should introduce iOS 10, the next version of its mobile system including a change in its design, the successor of El Capitan which could also be renamed MacOS for clarity, as well as updates and tvOS watchOS. But, as usual, Tim Cook and his teams have probably provided some surprises. It is rumored that Siri could be the star of the keynote with a great step forward. The voice assistant would become smarter and be able to control many more applications than currently. It would make its entry in the Finder bar of Mac …

Mac just might be the only devices to occupy part of the keynote. According to analysts, the entire range can be renewed very soon. MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac … A new computer could be presented Monday. Or connected a new watch? Rumors suggest that the US giant is ready to launch an Apple Watch 2, 20 to 40% thinner than the first.

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