Apple's next big event, the World Wide Developers Conference, will take place on June 8-12 in San Francisco. This is when Apple usually showcases its next big updates for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac software.
The page for WWDC on Apple's website says: "Apple’s renowned developer community will come together at WWDC to learn about the future of iOS and OS X."
This year, we're also expecting to hear about Apple's much-rumored music service too, which will supposedly be announced in June and will be based on Beats Music. The music streaming service, which will likely compete with Spotify, is said to cost $7.99 per month. Apple is reportedly trying to court big music artists like Taylor Swift and Florence and the Machine to release exclusive tracks on its service to give it a competitive edge, according to a recent report from Bloomberg.
At last year's WWDC, Apple unveiled iOS 8 for the iPhone and iPad, OS X Yosemite for the Mac, its HomeKit set of tools for developers to make connected home devices work with Apple products, and more. It's usually one of Apple's biggest events of the year, and it lays the foundation for Apple's plans throughout the year.