Apple 'Files' App Briefly Surfaces on App Store Ahead of WWDC [Image]

  • Apple 'Files' App Briefly Surfaces on App Store Ahead of WWDC [Image]

Apple 'Files' App Briefly Surfaces on App Store Ahead of WWDC [Image]

What will likely happen is a discussion about software updates, as usually happens at their WWDC address.

Apple's WWDC 2017 is just a few hours from now, and the company is, presumably, doing some last-minute preparations for what we expect to be several big announcements.

The beta is likely to be released at the Apple WWDC keynote on 5 June, letting developers get their hands on it. However, the refreshed device will likely see internal changes only and the new variants are expected to come with Intel 7th generation "Kaby Lake" processors.

The Foxconn insider revealed that Apple is reportedly making updates to its MacBook line-up this year and is expected to add a new MacBook Pro, a better version of the 12 inch MacBook and an updated 13 inch MacBook Air.

Keep coming back for more updates as WWDC17 progresses. Well, this also suggests that the company might drop the support for 32-bit applications with iOS 11. If that is true, it means that users will be able to delete this new feature also.

Here's hoping that Apple also unveils a smart speaker using Siri to rival the Amazon Echo and Google Home.

Rumors that conveys us ideal to the hardware side, which are focused on the presentation of another "Siri speaker" that would bring Apple's digital assistance on a level playing field with gadgets like the Amazon Echo or Google Home. Bloomberg has reported that the speaker will be aimed at creating a hub to automate home appliances and lights using Apple's HomeKit.

There's been a lot of chatter about a Siri speaker to be announced at the WWDC 2017.

Recently, four iPad models were spotted on a French regulatory website. Alleged 10.5-inch iPad Pro is expected to follow similar footprints as its 9.7-inch iPad, but with a new design and edge-to-edge display.

As for viewing the live stream, Apple likes to preach to the faithful, so there are the usual restrictions in place. But it is already known, that iOS users wont' enjoy the same freedom as those on Android, so expect the app to still arrive with a number of limitations. If Apple wants to move ahead in this direction, it has to improve the operating system for the Apple TV. A new Siri interface on the Apple Watch will also blend users' calendar information with other useful details, like airline tickets they may have booked, the company said. Well, we will have to wait and watch if this new files app sees a spot at the conference.