When Apple announces an event, you can be sure to expect some new products, and while its developers conference is pretty consistent each year, we have some expectations about what we’ll hear about.
This week, Apple has listed the dates for its massive computing conference, with the annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting on June 134 and going all the way to June 17 in San Francisco.
The conference serves as a way for developers to get together and see what Apple has that is new and exciting in the pipeline, similar to Microsoft’s Build and Google’s IO conferences, and previous conferences have been used to highlight and announce some pretty important developments for Apple.
The good bet is likely a new version of iOS, and at the tenth version, we wonder if it will be called iOS 10 or iOS X?
But we’re more interested in the possibility of new MacBooks, because with no new Mac announcements at the recent iPad Pro launch alongside the iPhone SE, we’re expecting to see updates to sixth-generation Intel Core processors for the MacBook Air and Pro line-up at WWDC, and even a new super-slim MacBook.