Apple’s WWDC event to take place on June 13
Apple has sent press invitations for its annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) where the company announces new products, projects, software, hardware, computers and new features for its existing products.
What we are expecting to see from WWDC this month is maybe something (but perhaps nothing at all) regarding the rumors about a new MacBook Pro lineup with an OLED touch sensitive bar over the keyboard. We are also going to hear about the next mobile iOS version iOS 10. Apple might also rename OS X to just MacOS.
We should also definitely be seeing the new iPhone 7 lineup (iPhone 7 renders leaked here) with updated antenna lines, a possible dual-camera setup on the iPhone 7 Plus, new 32GB base storage model(they finally did away with that ridiculous entry level 16GB). If analysts are correct, the iPhone 7 should be a smashing success for the holiday season.
There also might be a new Apple Music overhaul that suggests Apple might be relaunching its music service. We also hope to see new developments with the Apple Watch seeing as its already been more than a year since its official release back in April of last year and the company has not given any hints to a successor.
The keynote will begin on June 13 at 1pm ET (10am PT) and the event can be live streamed on any Apple device or some kind of workaround for other devices. We’ll post more information about how to watch the keynote in a future post closer to the actual event.