All of us are eagerly waiting for Apple to reveal the next generation mobile and computer operating systems in the WWDC 2016 event which is going to take place from June 13th to June 17th in San Francisco at the famous Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. No matter which part of the world you are settled in, now you have the option to watch this event live from your iGadgets or Windows PC. So fasten your seat belt and get ready to watch the WWDC live right from your home as it unfolds in San Francisco.
How to Watch WWDC 2016 0n Windows, iPhone, Mac, Android
First you can watch the conference live on Apple’s own website from 6pm onwards on 13th June. Or you can easily download the free WWDC app from iTunes and get instant updates on it. To watch the event on Apple’s website you would your iPhone or iPad to run on iOS 7.0 or later and MacBook users would need OS X 10.8.5 or later versions of the software. Even Windows users can watch the event live by using this internet browser: Edge.
The products that we are expecting Apple to unveil in WWDC 2016 are the next gen iOS 10 and OS X 10.12. Rumors are afloat that MacBook Pro 2016 will be also unveiled in this conference. Three improvisations that we are expecting to see in iOS 10 are a better live Music streaming app, Siri SDK specially for the technical experts to work on and Apple Pay would be also available for the internet browser i.e. using Safari. There are also widespread rumors about the Home app of iOS 10 that will allow users to their iGadgets into remote control and thereby help them to lock doors, regulate thermostat and home appliances easily.
We have heard rumors that Apple’s virtual assistant Siri will be finally integrated in the next generation Mac OS X. There are also reports that with the help of Siri it will be possible to unlock MacBook by suing the finger print scanner of your iPhone. If this rumor turns out to be true, then we must say that Apple has taken technology to a different level altogether, specially when it comes to security.
We are also hopeful about the launch of MacBook Pro in WWDC 2016 which is expected to be as lighter and thinner as MacBook Air but very powerful at the same time. MacBook Pro is supposed to be powered by Skylake and integrated with AMD/Nvidia GPU which is going to increase the performance and graphics of the laptop respectively. Rumor of a touch screen OLED screen is also in cards.
Chances of Apple Watch 2 to be released in WWDC 2016 are rare but who knows, Apple might just surprise all of us!!