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Siri reveals Apple's WWDC event will begin June 13th

"Hey Siri, will we hear about new Macs?"
Billy Steele
04.18.16 in Gadgetry
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When it comes to announcing plans for an event, the folks in Cupertino typically send out invites and info via email. That's not the case this year, though, as Apple is relying on its virtual assistant to inform the masses about its annual WWDC soirée. Thanks to Siri, we know the developer conference is scheduled for June 13th through the 17th in San Francisco, the event where we'll hear details on new versions of OS X, iOS and WatchOS.

During last year's proceedings, the typically software-heavy keynote detailed updates for mobile, desktop and the smart watch alongside the latest on HomeKit, CarPlay and the launch of Apple Music. Stay tuned to find out what Tim Cook & Co. have on tap for this year's WWDC, and you can bet we'll be there cover all the news as it happens.

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