Apple unveils software advances at WWDC

Every year, the world waits for Apple to share details about its latest iPhones, computers, watches and more.  But right now in, the company is hosting a conference for developers and revealing the latest innovations around what goes inside all those devices: the software.

At its annual Worldwide Developers conference, Apple shared some major updates including Apple Pay for online shopping, improvements to Apple Music, and revamped operating systems for iPhones, Macs, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs. 

Siri will now be available across devices including the Mac, and the new Siri will even be able to make restaurant reservations and call you an Uber.  But while consumers won’t immediately have access to all this new technology, the updates will arm developers to create and innovate.

But beyond the razzle dazzle of Apple's updates, CEO Tim Cook kicked off his keynote with a moment of silence for the victims of the horrific attack in Orlando, and emphasized that Apple's embrace of diversity actually moves the company forward.