Apple has just issued fresh invites for its upcoming annual developer conference WWDC’s keynote event that will be hosted at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on the 13th of June at sharp 10:00 a.m PT(or 10:30 p.m IST)

Like each year and like every other tech giants developer conference, Apple is expected to announce a slew of updates and boast about them on stage, comparing themselves with Google and how they are much better at everything. But, what you’re here to know is that will apple unveil at this year’s conference!?

We have some vague ideas and some expected launches that we’re gonna share with you right now!

Firstly, we believe that Tim Cook will step on Stage, talk about the glorious year that Apple has had in the past fiscal year, even though the quarterly earnings don’t really show that. We’ll then be greeted with the latest version of iOS 10, which is expected to feature an updated and improved Siri. Report leaks show that Siri will become more powerful and respond to human interactions naturally in the following update.

Apple is also coming up with a Siri SDK to empower the developers to build functionalities on top of the AI assistant, which in turn will power an Apple manufactured Amazon Echo look alike.

It is also expected to release the MacOS(rebranded from OS X). The company will also unveil the latest iterations of its WatchOS and tvOS in front of the developer community.

In terms of hardware announcements, as we’ve reported we expect Apple to revive the Macbook Pro lineup and introduce a thin, sleek and high-end laptop computer, that will feature a secondary OLED display above the keyboard and TouchID fingerprint sensor.

There is no news on other hardware updates, but we expect to see the company unveil new updated 4K Retina displays, to complement the processing power of the Mac PC systems. The iPhone isn’t expected to make an appearance at the developer conference, but we hope Tim Cook might drop some hints about the iPhone 7.

The WWDC 2016 conference is now just a couple weeks away. The Tech Portal will be covering the developer conference in-depth, providing you with the latest updates on the fly.

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