When you want to get an answer from Apple, your best bet is to go directly to Siri and cut out the middleman. Siri says Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference will be held June 13 through 17 in San Francisco.
And Siri can't wait for it: "I'm so excited."
Maybe that's because Apple is expected to reveal iOS and OS X updates in which Siri might even get a new feature or two. A thinner version of Apple Watch, plus upgrades to the Mac line, are also expected.
As of this afternoon, the company's WWDC site is still stuck on 2015, when the event was held June 8-12.
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WWDC has become about the hottest ticket in tech in recent years, and along with Google I/O, now doles out tickets via a lottery system to avoid the hard feelings that came with first-come, first-served systems. Apple has been charging $1,500 per ticket in recent years.