WWDC 2016 Update: New MacBooks, iOS Update, iCloud and More to Come

WWDC 2016 Update: New MacBooks, iOS Update, iCloud and More to Come
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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is just a few months away and reports are already lining up as to what people can expect from the event. The event will be held from June 13 to 17 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California with expectations high on the introduction of new products and upgrades like the MacBook, iOS and iCloud. Does Apple have some surprises up its sleeves?


Apple has always followed a tradition when it comes to its events and it appears the WWDC this year will be no different from the others. The conference is expected to shed light on products like iOS 10, MacOS, Macbooks and more.

According to Know Your Mobile, Apple will likely take off the curtains on the iOS 10. While some expected the iOS to take the “X” label for this iteration, it does not appear to be case as Apple is also supposedly in line to drop the “X” branding from the Mac operating system. The company reportedly plans to ensure that its branding becomes consistent or in coordination with its other OSes like tvOS, iOS, watchOS. People should expect the Mac system to be named “MacOS” from here on.

Other expectations include the announcement of new MacBook Pros. The update is long overdue already since the lineup was updated last since 2012. Users will likely see new 13-inch and 15-inch models this year with radical thin designs.

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As for those who cannot get into the WWDC event, Siri may have the answer. According to The Next Web, Siri has other options for those who want to be part of the event. People can get a list of suggestions to check out during the same time. However, it may be quite tricky to get the exact response so users may have to exercise a little bit of patience. All expected details of the WWDC are not final yet. People are advised to wait for Apple’s actual announcements.

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