“Apple’s keynote address, at 10 a.m. PT in San Francisco, will kick off its annual World Wide Developers Conference,” Heather Kelly reports for CNNMoney. “Be warned: There will probably be no shiny new hardware and no fresh gadgets on which to blow your allowance. Because this is an event for developers, Apple’s big announcements will focus on software like Siri, Apple Music and the operating system formerly known as OS X.”
“Apple is expected to finally shower Siri with attention, bringing the five-year-old feature to Macs and opening it up to third-party developers,” Kelly reports. “Siri will probably get some under-the-hood upgrades to improve how it understands and processes requests, making it more conversational and aware of context.”
“Apple is expected to give Apple Music a makeover, streamlining the app’s design. One possible area for improvement is Connect, a social networking tab for musicians and fans inside Apple Music,” Kelly reports. “Apple could announce upgrades to the Apple Watch operating system (watchOS) and Apple TV operating system (tvOS). Could they follow in Siri’s footsteps and get more third-party integrations? Perhaps Siri’s new openness will expand to the two devices.”
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MacDailyNews Take: MacOS. Please let it be (although we’ll settle for “macOS,” if we need to).