Apple to Make Major Announcement Monday at WWDC

Apple to Make Major Announcement Monday at WWDC

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to unveil new software and gadgets

Apple is expected to introduce some new software and possibly updated gadgets Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

The tech giant revealed on Apple.com that it will have some “exciting announcements” and will stream live video from the keynote event. Although the company is playing coy on what exactly the announcements will be.

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There is speculation across social media that Apple CEO Tim Cook will introduce some new products, possibly a new iPhone. The company may also unveil redesigned versions of OS X and iOS, according to 9to5mac.com, or a new Apple TV.

The announcements could also involve Apple's recent $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics or a rumored new “Healthbook” app.

The keynote event at WWDC starts at 10 a.m. Pacific time. The five day conference will be attended by 6,000 Apple developers and engineers.