'Do Not Disturb While Driving' feature coming to iPhone iOS 11

Updates to Siri will help Apple's virtual assistant better understand the context for user questions.

Apple wants to enhance the at-home music experience. Meanwhile, Siri has a new voice, a new visual interface, the ability to perform task management, and a new translation feature that is still in beta.

Anticipated from the Apple will be the reveal of its latest operating systems, iOS 11 and macOS 10.13, plus updates to both the Watch and the TV platforms, as reported by The Verge. There will be hardware announcements also this time, and we are hoping to hear about new MacBooks and iPads. But developers, consumers and investors are most excited by the new iPhone, expected later this year.

One announcement generating a lot of buzz is Apple's new HomePod. Little is known just yet.

There are also noteworthy changes coming on the software side.

Of these, users with an iPhone 5, 5C, 5S, 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, 7, 7 Plus and iPhone SE can use the service through an Apple Watch. The HomePod, long overdue considering Amazon Echo and Google Home already saturate the market, will release in December. There's a new system that brings all these features together called Core ML (machine learning), making it easy for developers to add A.I. into their apps.

It is likely to go on sale in Q2-Q3 in the 2017 at a slightly higher price than Google Home or Alexa.

Apple also offered some hints about new capabilities in the next iPhone, including so-called augmented reality, in which digital information is overlaid on real-world images.

In hardware news, the company showed a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, confirming rumors that it would introduce a new version in between the existing 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch versions of the high-end Apple tablet.

The iPad Air and Air 2; the iPad Mini 2, 3, and 4; the fifth-generation iPad; and all iPad Pros. With this turned on, iPhone can automatically let someone who texts you know that you're now driving.

We are going to be Live Blogging the update on our Twitter page, so make sure you tune in when the Keynote starts.