Apple’s annual Developer Conference will be held next week, and it is now clear that Apple will reveal details of its new versions of Mac OS, iOS, and perhaps Watch OS.

Rumors indicate that iOS 11 will bring a huge change for Apple Music – an entirely new user interface and other fine tuning. Of course, all of this is unconfirmed officially, so we should have some doubts about the rumors. Check out this concept below:

We expect Siri to become a lot more intelligent have been dominating talk ahead of Apple’s launch of iOS 11. The voice assistant could be fitted with more artificial intelligence that can learn from users’ interaction. The update could mean that Siri is tied to users rather than devices.

Another concept, just debuted today, focuses on how dark mode could transform the interface of iOS 11. Dark mode can be seen throughout the interface, such as in the Music application and on the lock screen. The lock screen as a whole has also been redesigned in this concept, showing information such as weather, calendar, and notifications.

Apple WWDC 2017 Will Takes Place June 5-9 in San Jose

When can we expect to run iOS 11? There will likely be some form of developers beta version released at the conference next week, followed by a public beta in July. A final release date has not been confirmed, but by past example the most likely month is September.

What new features are coming to macOS. Last year, Apple updated its OS X system to macOS, now its its current 10.12.5 version. Apple may introduce a new update, speculatively named macOS 10.13. One of the expected new features is better integration of Siri into the OS, although there are no real evidence yet.

Meanwhile, we will likely see further developments for Apple’s WatchOS operating system and its TVOS.

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