Apple will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting from June 8. The company updated its WWDC app, and confirmed that the opening keynote will begin at 10:00AM Pacific Time (10:30PM IST) and end at 12 noon PT (12:30AM IST). Also Read - Apple Watch Series 7 first look: Classy with lots of health features
This year’s WWDC will bring next versions of OS X and iOS. The new iOS 9 is set to bring Force Touch technology to iPhone 6s, a new keyboard design, enhanced iMessage, a new Home app for all HomeKit devices and split-screen support for its larger iPad Pro. Also Read - iPhone sales record 150 percent growth in India during Q3 2021: Report
It is also speculated to bring an interesting feature codenamed “Proactive,” which will leverage Siri, Contacts, Calendar, Passbook, and third-party apps to create a viable competitor to Google Now for Android devices. Also Read - Pixel 6 vs iPhone 13 mini: Which is better between Google and Apple?
OS X 11 is rumored to bring a new Control Center, and both the operating systems will introduce the San Francisco font just like on the Apple Watch.
Apple is also poised to debut a music streaming service and a new streaming television service. A new updated Apple TV is also rumored to be announced at WWDC. Of course, Apple will be live streaming the event, and it has even updated its WWDC app for Apple Watch support.