All eyes will be on Apple as the week-long WWDC 2017 kicks off with the keynote speech. And while Apple fans will be salivating over iOS and macOS updates, along with whatever shiny new hardware is unveiled, it’s Siri that will make or break the event.
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This year’s WWDC will be an interesting time for Apple. For well over a decade the keynote has been a time when Apple could boast to the world — and more importantly, other tech companies — about how far ahead of the game it was, and how they had little hope of catching up.
But this time is different.
Apple is under pressure from multiple fronts. iPhone sales are teetering on…