WWDC 2016 To Be A Killer: iOS 10, MacBook 2016, Apple Music & More

WWDC 2016 To Be A Killer: iOS 10, MacBook 2016, Apple Music & More
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Apple is set to hold its Worldwide Developers Conference sometime in June, and people are talking about the possible releases already. According to reports, the rest of the world will be treated to a new iOS 10, refreshed 2016 MacBooks, Apple Music upgrades, and more. Will Apple have a killer year?


Software Updates

Apple’s WWDC will start June 13 as per announcements, and it has people excited. According to reports, possible updates to be discussed during the event include iOS 10, OS X 10.12, and a host of other software updates. There should also be more details about the Apple Music upgrade and a Mac refresh.

According to Mac World, should Apple stick to its usual routine, people should be able to hear more about software updates for Macs, iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and other devices. There should also be more details about the iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and OS X. Even if the event is focused on software, people will also get a glimpse of upcoming Apple hardware.

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New MacBooks

One of the most anticipated product refreshes would be the MacBook lineup. According to Christian Today, Apple is planning to develop thinner and lighter 11-inch MacBook units this year. The units will supposedly offer longer battery life, new chassis, enhanced cooling modules, a Force Touch trackpad, USB Type-C port, and Intel Skylake processor.

The processor should offer better RAM and graphics as well. However, analysts are saying that Apple could kill the MacBook Air line for good and opt for thinner MacBook Pros. There are also expectations for the MacBook Air to be replaced slowly by the Retina MacBook series.

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