We preview just what to expect — and not expect — during the WWDC Keynote on June 6, plus the possibility of Apple building a first-party search engine, wireless charging coming to iPad, and Apple TV vs. Google TV, all on the new AppleInsider podcast.

Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference keynote will be at 10 a.m. Pacific, on Monday, June 6. Despite rumors leading up to the event that Apple would debut a VR or mixed reality headset, analysts now doubt it will make an appearance. However, a recent trademark filing for “realityOS” means we could perhaps see some software announcement at WWDC even if Apple doesn’t release hardware.As for what Apple will unveil, we break down everything to expect, including of course iOS and iPadOS, which may feature updates to widgets and multitasking. We’re hoping for HomeKit improvements, and listeners have some excellent suggestions for new software features.

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