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In pics: Apple's WWDC updates

14 Jun 16

Tech giant Apple has announced a slew of new updates this morning, including new Siri capabilities, operating system update macOS Sierra, watchOS, Apple TVSwift Playgrounds and iOS 10 – the “biggest” iOs release ever, the company says.

Speaking at this year’s WWDC, Tim Cook addressed a packed crowd at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. After a moving moment of silence for the victims of the Orlando shootings on Sunday, Cook walked through the next versions of its platforms.

For in depth coverage check out our stories above, and for a quick peek at the new updates, take a look through our gallery below.

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