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Apple announced to members of the press that its WWDC keynote will take place on June 13 at 10 a.m. Pacific time at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
WWDC is Apple's annual conference for developers. The company rarely announces new products at the event, but it does give a preview of new versions of its iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch operating systems.
Here's a quick snapshot of what else we're expecting Apple to announce:
Third-party developers will be able to integrate with Siri, according to Amir Efrati of The Information. That means you'll be able to use voice commands to control your favorite apps and services. Amazon's Echo speaker can already do this, and has partnerships with Spotify, Uber, Capital One, and more.
Apple may change the name of Mac OS X to Mac OS, according to support documents mistakenly published on Apple's website. That'd be a welcome change. OS X has been around since 2001, and has gone through several updates since then. The "X" numbering system doesn't really make sense after 15 years.
Siri is likely coming to Mac, according to leaked screenshots obtained by MacRumors.
Apple Music will get a redesign, following complaints that it's too cluttered and difficult to use, according to Bloomberg.
Business Insider and Tech Insider will be covering all the announcements live from San Francisco on June 13.
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