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Thursday, 2 June 2016

Apple sends out invites for WWDC 2016: Here’s what to expect

Apple has officially started sending out invites for its annual developer conference called WWDC. The event will take place on 13 June at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco and is expected to start at 10:30PM for viewers in India. The event as always, will also be streamed live around the globe.

All of Apple’s first day activities and keynotes are expected to take place at the same venue. And while we have plenty of rumours about what Apple may reveal, there is always plenty more that begins to show up online as WWDC approaches closer.
WWDC was always about software (WWDC 2013 was the only one that showcased redesigned Apple products) and Apple having moved to new platforms recently will have plenty to present indeed. Apart from device software, Apple is also expected to showcase something new with Siri – its digital assistant for devices.
iOS 10
We begin with iOS 10 and while there was not much to talk about with its iOS 9 update last year, this year is expected to bring plenty of redesigns and revamps. Still then, don’t expect a sea change like that from iOS 6 to iOS 7. According to 9to5mac, Apple is planning a big App Store revamp. This is expected to include some major changes like those related to navigation and browsing and even introduce paid search results. This should resolve the Store’s longstanding problems with app search and discovery that are clearly not as accurate and powerful as Google Play Store on Android.

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