What Will Apple Announce at WWDC 2017? (And How To Watch It)

  • Posted 11 months Ago

Today, at 6pm GMT, Apple will be live streaming its annual WWDC keynote, introducing some of the most exciting products its been working on. The upcoming iPhone 8 (or "iPhone X") won't be unveiled today, however, instead we'll most likely be shown updates for iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and potentially the iPad Pro and MacBook Pro as well. It's also been rumoured that they'll be showing off a Google Home and Amazon Alexa competitor based around Siri, although don't hold your breathe for that one.

Apple will be live streaming the event themselves, so you'll be able to watch it using your Apple TV or on the events section of Apple.com (you'll have to use the Safari browser or Microsoft Edge). We'll also be reporting on everything they announce so be sure to check HUH. for updates.

What's Apple Expected To Unveil at WWDC 2017:

  • Potentially a Siri speaker to compete with the Google Home and Amazon Alexa
  • Updates to software like iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS
  • Updates to the iPad Pro
  • Updates to the MacBook Pro
  • The MacBook Air may also receive a revamp. It's now a little bit of an outdate design but with sales still high experts believe Apple will want to keep it going for at least another 6 months
  • How To Watch WWDC 2017 Live:

  • Stream live from the Apple.com website using either Safari or Microsoft Edge (other browsers won't work)
  • An Apple TV gen 4 with the Apple Events app in the App Store
  • An Apple TV gen 2 or 3, with the Apple Events channel that will arrive automatically just before the event
  • A huge new leak has apparently confirmed 15 things about the upcoming iPhone 8.

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