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WWDC kicked off next week.
We're looking forward to Apple's hardware and software announcements.
Predictions are widespread, but it seems like we'll definitely be seeing the brand new version of the company's mobile operating system, iOS 11.
Also keep your eyes peeled for new Mac books.
Potential updates to other existing hardware.
Then it's off to Los Angeles for the electronic entertainment expo or E3 for short where all the major players from the video game industry meet to debut new games, new systems, and more.
This year, we're looking for more information of recently announced games like Far Cry 5 and Super Mario Odyssey.
We're also hoping to get some hands on time with the new PlayStation 4 game God of War and Days Gone, but one of the biggest draws of the show has to be Microsoft Project Scorpio, the new console the company promises will be the most powerful machine on the market.
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