“A week from Monday, one of the biggest area events of the season will occur,” Rex Crum reports for The Mercury News. “On that day, June 13, thousands of Apple fans, programmers and employees will gather in San Francisco for the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).”
“Things are a little different for the WWDC this year than in the past, as Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver his keynote address at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium before the rest of the gathering moves over to its usual spot, Moscone West, for the remainder of the conference that runs until June 17,” Crum reports. “One thing that Apple is almost certain to give a look at will be iOS 10, the next version of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad. Apple is also expected to preview updates to OS X, its Mac operating system.”
“One of the biggest changes that many Apple watchers expect to see is a new software development kit (SDK) for Siri, the voice-activated personal assistant that’s part of Apple’s iPhones, iPads, the Apple Watch and Apple TV,” Crum reports. “The kit would allow developers outside of Apple access to Siri to write apps that work with the program.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Already very enthusiastic, this WWDC should give developers even more to be excited about!