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Welcome to WWDC 2016

Apple's annual developer's conference kicked off with a bevy of demos that covered WatchOS, iOS, tvOS and OS X -- which is now known as macOS.

Click through the slideshow for photos from the event, or just read all about it here.

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A moment of silence

Apple CEO Tim Cook opened the show with a moment of silence for the "act of hatred" that happened in Orlando yesterday.

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First up, WatchOS 3

Apple Watch fans rejoice! A new version of Watch OS is coming soon.

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Wear your activity on your wrist

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Scribble

Scribble lets you write on the watch using your finger, then converts it into text.

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Activity sharing...

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with built-in trash talking

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Just breathe

Breathing reminders will be built into the latest Apple Watch software update.

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Today watchface

Apple introduced a new watchface that displays important information for the day.

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New tvOS

Easy log-ins for those pesky apps that need your cable service provider information are on the way.

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Sling comes to Apple TV

Apple announced that Sling will be available starting today on Apple TV.

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Siri voice search

Siri is also getting smarter.

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Same OS, new same

What was known as OS X will now be known as macOS.

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macOS Sierra

There are a ton of new features on macOS Sierra.

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Look familiar?

Apple wants to help clear your harddrive by automatically storing older files on the cloud.

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Universal clipboard

Soon you'll be able to copy text on your iPhone then paste that same text on your Mac. One clipboard to paste them all!

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Oh, hey Siri.

Siri's coming to your MacBook, too.

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Onto iOS

Will the refinements to iOS help you fall in love with your iPhone again? Apple hopes so.

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More widgets

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More Steph Curry references

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Apple Maps

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Photos

The iOS Photos app adds facial and object recognition.

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Apple Music

With 15 million paid subscribers, Apple Music underwent a facelift.

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Built-in lyrics

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Home Kit

Here's everything you need to know about what's new in Home Kit.

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"Emojify" your messages

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Invisible Ink

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