With its WWDC 2016 software bonanza just around the corner, Apple has sent out invitations to press for the opening keynote.
Apple has confirmed details about this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, where the firm is expected to wax lyrical on a range of topics, including new iPhone software and a revamped Apple Music. The keynote takes place on June 13 at 10:00 (PT) – that’s 18:00 (BST) in the UK.
That’s no different than previous years, but the venue has changed from prior WWDC events. This year, the keynote will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, not the usual Moscone West venue. It’s a multi-purpose arena based in San Francisco, and can hold up to 7,000 people, and was the location for last year’s iPhone 6S launch.
Apple Watch software is expected to see an update at WWDC
At last year’s WWDC, the big announcements were Apple Music and the Beats One radio station. The company also showed off OS X El Capitan, a glimpse of iOS 9 and WatchOS2, and some improvements to Spotlight Search. This year, we’e expecting to see a complete overhaul of Apple Music, official word on iOS 10 (including a possible beta release), a new version of OS X, Siri on Mac, and possible a new version of Apple Watch software.
We’ll be reporting on the events live as they happen, so stay tuned to TrustedReviews for all the latest from Apple’s WWDC 2016.
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