By: Jayden Thompson
Just hours before the event was officially announced Siri spoiled the surprise. The question "When is WWDC?" didn't seem to work in the morning April 18th. About midway through the day Siri told us "The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held June 13 through June 17 in San Francisco. Can't wait!" Take note that this response was given before an actual invite was displayed on the official Apple website. Then that evening Apple uploaded the invite and opened the registration for the raffle for tickets. We should expect to see previews of next generation Apple software and enhancements to Apple application coding tools. Some sketchy rumors claim we might see updates to the MacBook Air and Pro. Although this is highly unlikely.