Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference is expected to take off the curtains over two highly anticipated updates: iOS 10 and OS X 10.12. As Apple is best known to play cards close its chest without revealing anything, the latest leaks on the WWDC have gotten people talking.
According to Cult of Mac, it is likely that Apple will debut the iOS 10 and OS X 10.12 during the event because the company has done so traditionally. The report also goes to say that the first day of conference should be the day people will find out more about the software updates. However, people will still need to wait for final announcements since Apple continues to remain mum about it.
Another report from Value Walk supports the release of the iOS 10 during WWDC thanks to a series of leaks. According to reports, Apple will hold the event at the Moscone Center. Since the company seemingly has been sticking to the same thing for the past seven years, the report also adds that there shouldn’t be any different from how it will conduct the event this year.
The release of the iOS 10 during the event can be considered one of the most important for the year. Apple has reportedly been planning several several devices prior to the WWDC. With both the 4-inch iPhone and the Apple Watch update expected to be released this April, developers will most certainly be on the lookout for what iOS 10 has to offer. Apple is still working on finding a good place for the Apple Watch in the market, and experts think that the iOS 10 can define that. Apple is expected to introduce important functionalities in the iOS 10 to guarantee Apple Watch’s place in the industry. Consumers are advised to stay tuned for further announcements from Apple. Dates may also change from the expected June 13 event date.