Apple’s next–generation iOS 11 software will be unveiled later today at a special event in San Jose, California.
During a keynote speech at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple CEO Tim Cook and his team will reveal plans for the new iPhone and iPad operating system.
It is not expected to be available to all users until later in the year.
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Apple has managed to keep most of its plans for iOS 11 under wraps.
However, reports over the weekend suggest it is looking to aggressively expand Siri’s capabilities, allowing its voice assistant to work with more third-party apps.
Elsewhere, iOS 11 is expected to offer a series of improvements to 3D Touch, as well as giving us some hints as to what to expect from the iPhone 8, which is set to launch in September.
The WWDC keynote starts at 10am local time, 6pm here in the UK.
Apple may also launch a new Siri at–home speaker to rival Amazon’s popular Echo range.
Stay tuned for all of the latest news from the event, as it happens.
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