As it turns out, Siri isn’t good at keeping secrets.
On Monday, multiple users on Twitter and Apple news tracking site 9to5Mac reported that Apple’s personal assistant is so excited for the company’s next developer conference, she is revealing the official dates before the tech giant itself. The official WWDC website still reflects the logo and information surrounding WWDC 2015.
If Siri is correct, Apple is planning to hold its 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference from June 13 to June 17 in San Francisco, Calif. Past developer events have also been held in San Francisco at the Moscone West Convention Center.
It is usually during this conference when Apple has historically announced new features for its operating systems, iOS and OS X. In the past, Apple has also used the stage time to unveil new products, such as Apple Music in 2015.
Without an official announcement from Apple, developers are still left wondering when the ticket lottery will open up, but at least those interested in attending can now look into booking hotel rooms and start planning other travel necessities.
Beyond speculation that Apple will change the name of its computer operating system from “OS X” to “macOS,” little is currently known about that to expect from the event.
Fortune has reached out to Apple in an attempt to confirm Siri’s revelation.
In the meantime, ask Siri “When is WWDC?” to see her response for yourself. In a test of Siri’s willingness to divulge secrets, I asked if Jon Snow from Game of Thrones was still alive. Her reply: “I’m not sure. Has he tried restarting? That always seems to work.”
Clever, Siri. Real clever.
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