Apple confirmed its keynote address for its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) by sending press invitations for the June event Tuesday, MacRumors reported. Apple will hold the keynote event on June 5 at 10 a.m. PDT in San Jose, California.

The WWDC 2017 will consist of get-togethers, sessions and labs for developers, plus a keynote address. Last year, Apple unveiled iOS 10, which revamped iMessage and the Photos and Maps apps, along with other features. This year could include big announcements on the Apple TV, iOS 11 and the rumored Siri speaker.

Read: Apple Original Content: Doc On 'Harry Styles: Behind the Album' On The Way

Here’s a roundup of what Apple could announce in its Keynote event this June:

Apple TV and tvOS 11

Apple is rumored to introduce new features for the Apple TV’s tvOS 11 update, which could be announced at WWDC. The new update will allow for multiuser use, Israeli blog the Verifier said last month. The feature will allow users to create their own profiles and have tailored content, and switch in and out of profiles, similar to Netflix. Apple TV users will be able to make their own profiles through an iOS device and by connecting their Apple ID. The update also will allow users to listen to their Apple Music content, view their iCloud photos and videos, and use their apps once their Apple ID is linked to the Apple TV.

tvOS 11 will also come with a picture-in-picture feature, which will allow users to minimize the window of a movie or video to the corner of the screen and surf through another app. The rumored tvOS 11 updates could help Apple against competitors, like the Amazon Fire TV and Roku.

Apple is also looking to break into live TV programming and could introduce a monthly subscription with its next update, the Verifier reported. Last month, it was rumored Apple was looking into selling a premium TV bundle that would include HBO, Showtime and Starz.

Meanwhile, a Bloomberg report said in February Apple was testing a new Apple TV that supports ultra-high-definition 4K streaming.

Siri Speaker

Apple could introduce its rumored Siri speaker, a rival to Amazon’s Echo devices, during the WWDC keynote address. 

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said earlier this month there is an "over 50 percent chance” the speaker will be revealed at WWDC. Kuo also said the Siri speaker will have “excellent” acoustics performance, which will help it compete with Echo devices. The Siri speaker is rumored to cost more than the Amazon Echo and is expected to have a performance similar to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. iPhone leaker Sonny Dickson tweeted last week Apple was “finalizing designs for their Alexa competitor” and was “expected to be marketed as a Siri/AirPlay device.”

Read: Unclear If Siri Speaker Will Have Display Screen Like Amazon's Echo Show

iOS 11

Apple could also give fans a preview of iOS 11, which is expected to be launched in September alongside the iPhone 8, iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus. Rumors suggest iOS 11 will come with Theater Mode, which will provide users with limited access to a device and will dim the screen display to avoid annoying others at the movies.

Apple Original Content

The upcoming iOS 11 is expected to come with a revamped Music App that will better showcase Apple’s original video content, a recent Bloomberg report said. The company’s upcoming projects could be revealed at WWDC with information about iOS 11. Apple is expected to release as many as 10 original shows and documentaries by the end of the year, including will.i.am’s Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke. Apple is also said to be working on documentaries about hip-hop labels Bad Boy Records and Cash Money Records and another about music impresario Clive Davis. The company recently released a trailer for its upcoming Apple Music documentary on former One Direction singer Harry Styles, which will stream Monday.

The company is also expected to reveal macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, and developments in Apple Pay and Apple Music.