Apple will finally reveal the iOS 10, OS X 10.12 and the much-anticipated MacBook Pro 2016 at this year's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC), which is set to happen from June 13 to June 17 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Now, we'll give you details how to watch the tech conference live and how to stream it online.
Apple will broadcast the event live on its website starting at 6pm on 13 June. Viewers can also read the latest updates from the official WWDC app, which is free for download on iTunes. iPad and iPhone users should make sure that their devices run on iOS 7.0 or later. For Mac owners, they need to have a system running on OS X 10.8.5 or later. Interestingly, Windows PC users can also watch this month's keynote event on Apple's website via the latest Edge browser.
The Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to announce new versions of iOS and OS X. In addition, there are rumors that the company will unveil the MacBook Pro 2016.
The successor of iOS 9 is said to feature revamped Apple Music app, a Siri SDK for developers and Apple Pay support for web browsers. The latter will allow users to make transactions via Safari much like PayPal. In addition, iOS 10's Home app will transform iPhone, iPad and Apple TV into remote controls for door locks, thermostats, door bells, bulbs and more, as per reports from Tech Radar.
It is reported the forthcoming Mac OS X 10.12 will have Siri integration. After two and a half years of internal testing, Apple's virtual assistant will finally enter the Mac system to compete with the likes of Cortana on Windows. PC Advisor reported Siri will also allow users to unlock their Macs using fingerprint scanner via Touch ID on an iPhone
Lastly, MacBook Pro 2016's announcement is tipped to happen at the June's WWDC conference. Rumors around the internet hint the laptop will have a Macbook Air-like design, making it lighter and thinner without compromising its power.
We previously reported this year's MacBook Pro will be powered with the 6th generation Skylake processors, which will increase the device's performance. It will also have a boost in graphics department thanks to a new AMD/Nvidia GPU. Moreover, several tech websites suggest it will feature a touchscreen-enabled OLED display to replace the function keys.
Meanwhile, Apple Watch 2 might not be announced next month, but never say never. Apple could surprise us this year.