Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Keynote: WWDC 2016 has kicked off and Apple (AAPL) is currently holding its keynote event. The live stream of the event can be viewed from the company’s own website at this link. Users will have to be on a device supporting iOS 7 or later with Safari. It can also be watched from Mac computers with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X 10.8.5 or later. Most Apple TV owners will also be able to watch the event from that device as well. PC’s running Microsoft Corporation’s (MSFT) Windows 10 can view it with the Edge web browser.
Finder: Siri has made reference to a new feature that may be coming to Mac OS X in the future, reports MacRumors. This new feature is Siri herself. When Siri is asked to open settings in a certain way on a mobile device, she will tell the person that they don’t have the Finder app installed. This is an app available to Mac users and her mention of it could mean that the tech company is getting close to bringing the virtual assistant to its computers.
OS: 9to5mac has noted that there are more users of newer Apple operating systems visiting its website. The website said that an increased number of users have been visiting the website from beta versions of iOS 10 and macOS 10.12 lately. These visits are mostly coming from devices located in Sunnyvale, San Francisco and Cupertino, Calif. This may be a sign that the tech company is closer to revealing the next versions of its operating systems.