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WWDC 2016 Live Stream: Where To Watch Keynote Highlights

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The anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference or the WWDC 2016 is not just around the corner, it is approaching pretty fast. This is one pretty anticipated event as, according to a report by MacRumors, the tickets are priced at $1,599 and are being distributed through a lottery system. Fortunately for the less-fortunate lot, the WWDC 2016 live stream will start at 10 a.m. PDT and you can watch the live stream on the official Apple site once it is live–click here.

As you may already know, Apple?s WWDC is a big deal. It is the arena where Apple announces its innovations–softwares and hardwares.

In a Forbes article, it was reported that there are several rumors to watch out for. One important announcement that Apple fans should watch out for is that for the iOS 10. It is said that it will be called either ?X? or ?Simba.? According to MacRumors, the iOS 10 is expected to have many features and new design elements. It will possibly include a dark mode but this is not something that has been confirmed yet.

Another thing to watch out for is the Siri SDK. This update allows Siri, Apple?s virtual assistant, ?to interact with third-party apps in novel ways. This would allow developers to build Siri integration into their applications. This only expands the capability of Apple?s staple digital helper.

OS X 10.12 is also something for fans to expect to get an update. It has been a while since it had a major one. Last year, Apple was a little quiet with this one. But in the upcoming WWDC 2016, it looks like it is positioned to get a major update. One announcement about the OS X 10.12 to look out for is the integration of Siri to the Mac. This, if they choose to pursue it, would be the first time Siri will make an appearance on a Mac device. It seems that this feature will be a go and one can access it through an icon in the OS X menu bar, the dock, a user-customized keyboard shortcut and, of course, the voice activated ?Hey Siri? function.

Other things to watch out for are the tvOS 2 and the watchOS 3.

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