Yep, Apple's WWDC 2016 Definitely Starts on June 13th

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Siri let slip yesterday that Apple’s WWDC conference—the week-long exploration of Apple’s software development—would begin on June 13th. Apple’s since confirmed it to be the case.

As you can see above, the official website for the event features a rather weird stream of consciousness about what to expect. But aside from dubious creative experiments, what can you expect to see? As our own Darren Orf explained yesterday:

OS X might be called MacOS (again). iOS 10 will likely be in attendance. We might also see a new Apple Watch that’s thinner, stretching the definition of “new.” If we’re really good, Tim Cook might even refresh MacBooks.


Roll on June 13th.


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