The date for the WWDC conference is yet to be announced by Apple. It seems that the venue would be the same Mocone West in San Francisco and word has it that the conference is said to be held between June 13th & June 17th. During this time the company also plans to unveil the iOS 10. The Photos app which is compatible with the iOS 10 is also said to get some new changes. Word has it that iOS users will also have the benefit of editing the EXIF data as well as certain areas of the picture can also be edited directly while they are using the app.
There are even talks that the developers of the app are also planning to add the Face Detection feature. For some this may be really exciting while for others what may be a lot more important is the agreement between Apple and Unicode which will allow the company to put in 74 new emojis in addition to the ones that are already there. Last September, Time Cook, the CEO of the company, had hinted about the fact that the iOS may come along with a few pre installed apps which could be uninstalled or hidden by the user.
It was also told by him that some of the apps may also be removed due to the fact that they may have a negative impact on the other important apps that come along with the iOS. It just might be that the company has finally figured out the way to do it. The topic came out again during the time there a code had been discovered in Apple’s iTunes which had a mention about the apps that could be hidden. Very soon the iOS 10 beta version may also be released soon after the latest iOS build’s official announcement would be made in June at the WWDS conference.