Apple News And Update: Tech Giant To Unveil iOS 11 At WWDC 2017, Here’s What To Know!

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Feb 20, 2017 12:29 AM EST

Apple is all set to announce the arrival of iOS 11 in the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference scheduled for June 5, 2017. As per reports, the tech giant might give hints of its upcoming 10th anniversary iPhone.

The event that would be held at San Jose, is situated at a walking distance from Apple's new "spaceship" campus. It is expected to feature the latest Mac Operating system, Watch and TV along with Apple iOS software. The event announcement mentioned, 'Technology alone is not enough'.

According to Daily Mail Online, 'the event went ahead to mention, intersect with the liberal arts and the humanities, to create new ideas and experiences that push society forward. 'This summer we bring together thousands of brilliant minds representing many diverse perspectives, passions, and talents to help us change the world.'

Even though Apple is unlikely to reveal its upcoming iPhone until September, it might reveal the software. Interestingly, iOS 11 might feature in the upcoming iPhone that would lose its home screen button Mirror reported. However, the iPhone makers have mentioned about a special feature and an iris scanner.

The latest feature might include upcoming reality capabilities Apple had been working on for so long. Now, as per Apple blogger, John Gruber, the last time mentioned that when WWDC was last held in 2002, iPod was only six months old. Gruber, who spoke to Apple marketing boss, also said that it appears WWDC might be going home.

The tech giant, Apple has been working hard to put up an event for the 5000 attendees. The company might also use the WWDC 2017 as a platform to show how it plans to stay ahead of competitors such as Amazon and Roku. Interestingly, the tech giant is also taking a cue from its competitors in matters such as shifting the location to San Jose.

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