UPDATE: Apple has confirmed that WWDC will take place between June 13 and June 17 in San Francisco. If you're interested in attending, you can register between today and April 22 at 10:00 am PT to be entered into the lottery. If you're selected, you'll be able to buy a ticket for $1599.
A few months ago, Google revealed when it’ll host the 2016 edition of I/O, it’s annual developer conference. Now it looks like we have dates for the summer’s other major dev event, Apple’s WWDC.
Siri, iOS’s virtual assistant, says that Apple will host the 2016 edition of the Worldwide Developers Conference from June 13 through June 17 in San Francisco. Apple hasn’t made any official announcements itself, it is responsible for what Siri says, and past WWDCs have been held in June, too.
While WWDC is a developer-focused event, Apple typically gives a preview of its next major iOS release there and teases some of its new features. Since Apple hasn’t yet made an official announcement about WWDC 2016, there’s no guarantee that a major iOS release will be previewed at this year’s event, but it’s certainly possible.
We’ll be sure to let you know when Apple itself confirms the WWDC 2016 dates, but for now, it looks like iOS fans can pencil June 13-June 17 into their calendars.