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Back in October, Nintendo teased out its latest console, the Nintendo Switch, with a splashy teaser video that left us very, very excited. The neat part about the Switch is that it's two consoles in one. When docked to the TV, it's like a regular set-top box. The "switch" happens when you pull it's screen out from a dock, and attach two Joy Con controllers to the sides, turning it into a portable console for gaming on the go.

Apple's annual developer conference, WWDC, is nearly upon us. The event runs from June 13-17 and traditionally serves as the launching point for major updates to iOS, OS X and the company's other platforms. In the last few years, the updates to Apple's two major OSes has been relatively small and boring for anyone who doesn't have Xcode developer tools installed on their computer.

But this year, Apple is expected to make some big announcements that non-developers can get excited about -- namely major updates to its two most popular laptop lines: The Macbook Air and Macbook Pro. So what else might be revealed? Here's what you can expect from Apple WWDC 2016.