We already knew the dates for WWDC, but now it's 100% official. Apple yesterday began sending out invitations to select media outlets confirming that its annual developers conference will kick off at 10 am Pacific Time at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on June 13.
Per usual, Apple's WWDC event will primarily, if not exclusively, focus on updates to various pieces of Apple software. That being the case, we'll most definitely get a sneak peak at iOS 10 and there's a good chance we'll also get a glimpse at the next-gen version of OS X.
Operating systems aside, rumblings from the rumor mill suggest that Apple this year will finally open up Siri to third-party developers by way of an SDK. What's more, there's also a slight chance that Apple will roll out a complete overhaul of Siri itself. Also rumored to be on the agenda is a revamp of Apple Music. Though Apple's streaming music service already has upwards of 13 million subscribers, the service has been riddled with UI and various functionality issues.
We'll have a more thorough preview of what software developments Apple is likely to announce in the days to come.