Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference is approaching fast and fans of the company are wondering what Apple has in store and what will be revealed. 

The company has typically previewed new versions of its computer and smartphone software OS X and iOS, in order to give developers time to get accustomed to updates ahead of their typical all release dates. This year will be no different as Apple is expected to debut both OS X 10.11 and iOS 9. It isn't often that the company announces new hardware but we could see an update for the Apple TV, Mac mini and the MacBook line. 

We won't know for sure what the company has planned until the conference which is scheduled for June 8 - 12 in San Francisco, Calif. Until then check out these other five rumored things to expect at WWDC 2015 below:

1. iOS 9 - At this point not much is known about iOS 9. But recent rumors suggest that it will be a "Snow Leopard" type of update that will focus primarily on software stability and optimzation improvements rather than new features or a new design. However, we will see the introduction of a new music feature called "Apple Music." That brings us to our next rumored WWDC rumor.

2. "Apple Music" - According to rumors, Apple is planning to debut its reamped music service at WWDC 2015. It is said to be a rebranding of its existing Beats Music service and will most likely be built into iTunes. There has been some pricing rumors that say Apple will charge $7.99, which is below the industry standards but now it looks like it'll be $9.99 like other services such as Spotify.

3. TV Service - The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is working on a new streaming TV service that could see a debut at WWDC 2015. Apple is said to be partnering with several content providers, including ABC, CBS and Fox. Currently it is said the service will offer 25 channels and will be available for $30 to $40 a month.

4. Updated Apple TV - Rumors have suggested Apple will unveil a long awaited update to the Apple TV at the Worldwide Developer Conference. The update is rumored to be a "significant overhaul" of the existing device and will add Siri support and an App Store to download games and apps. Other rumored features include an A8 chip and an increase in internal storage. Additionally the new Apple TV will able to control HomeKit-enabled home automation devices via your voice.

5. Apple Watch Update - 9to5Mac reports Apple is working on a "Find My Watch" implementation that could be paired with a "Smart Leashing" feature that would remind Apple Watch users if they appear to have accidentally left their iPhones behind.

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