Apple announced on this Wednesday that the WWDC will be held at 10 am, on June 13, in Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The meeting will be lasted till June 17.
WWDC has been an important meeting for global developers since 1983. It becomes one of the pageants for technical developers each year. Apple usually debuts some updates or new products at WWDC. WWDC attracts a great amount of developers to visit and learn Apple’s tools and technology.
Apple did not display any new hardware at last WWDC, but it rebuted some updates for its software and tool kits such as Apple Watch and Xcode.
The analysts predicted that there will be some updates for iOS 10. Apple might release a reversion of App Store, adding the subscribed search feature.
iOS system might be updated with new features in remote control to cater for the application of Apple TV 4 which was released in last autumn.
It is possible updated with Home application to control the smart appliances.
Siri is supposed to be added with voice email record feature.
Siri may be the main topic at this WWDC and Apple would take much time to introduce its new features. The confirmed source indicated that Apple will debute the API for Siri at WWDC.
Apple Watch updates
Apple has possibility to introduce new generation of Apple Watch at this meeting though there is no reveal indicating that. If it releases Apple Watch 2, the experts pay more attentions to the battery life and thickness of two generations.
Apple is required to launch the native apps for watchOS. Therefore, Apple may spend some time to discuss the independent working principle of Apple Watch.
Apple Pay updates
It previous leaked that Apple would integrate Apple Pay to other websites through mobile browser Safari. Users can use Apple Pay to shop on other websites once they input the credit card or debit card information. It will enhance the usage rate of Apple Pay.
As the third-party partners need to integrate Apple Pay to their websites, Apple might release the related developer toolkits where WWDC is the best platform.