Earlier today, Apple sent invites to members of the press to the keynote of its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference event, revealing the fact that WWDC 2016 will kick off on June 13 at 10 a.m. PT (5 p.m. GMT).

This year’s WWDC developer conference will be held in San Francisco, USA, both at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and at Moscone West. It looks like only the June 13’s keynote is held at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, as the rest of the event should move to Moscone West, where it Apple will stream it live worldwide until June 17.

WWDC is Apple’s main event for its ever-growing developer community, and this year should be the most exciting of them all, as the Cupertino company will unveil the upcoming features that should be implemented later this year in its new iOS, Mac OS X, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems.

Here’s what to expect from WWDC this year

WWDC has always been about unveiling the future of the iOS and OS X operating system, and in only two weeks we might get the chance to see some of the best new features coming to these OSes in Fall 2016, when Apple should release the iPhone 7 smartphone. Therefore, the main attraction of WWDC 2016 could be iOS 10.

Among other things that might be unveiled by the Cupertino company during its June 13 keynote is the OS X 10.12 computer operating system for Macs, which should include many attractions for Apple fans, such as Siri for Mac. Major updates to the tvOS for Apple TV and watchOS for the Apple Watch devices could be unveiled as well.

According to the latest rumors, we should also expect to see an Apple Music revamp, Apple Maps enhancements, and HealthKit expansions. Earlier today, Apple released the first Beta of its Swift 3.0 programming language ahead of WWDC 2016, which will include over 150 hands-on labs, several get-together sessions, instant access to the latest iOS, OS X, watchOS, and tvOS innovations for developers, and many other attractions.

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