Are you excited for WWDC?

Recently we reported that Apple will be announcing ARKit 2.0 at its WWDC event, starting on June 4.

Apple will have a two hour keynote for the WWDC event today in San Jose, California.

The new software was announced during a keynote presentation at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), as expected.

The next major update of iOS, the iPhone and iPad operating system, has to be presented today, Apple fans expect. Currently, NFC can only be used for Apple Pay. The new version will be more stable with performance improvements, revamped iBooks experience, a handful of health and parental control features and a tracker to help cut down time spend on a phone. There are rumours that Apple will be doing some form of integration between iOS and macOS apps, but it's not confirmed if we will actually see this announced at WWDC 2018.

There is some good news for Apple fans in India as the iPhone SE 2 is rumoured to be launched in the country this year. These are expected to be new tools related to augmented reality, which will help developers create better AR apps for the iPhone. The company is expected to take the lid off the new features and functionality that iOS 12 will bring with it. Now, the Messages app is finally totally in sync for both iOS and macOS.

It's early June, which means for tech lovers, it's Apple iOS season. The public beta can be downloaded by anyone who wishes to test out Apple iOS 12 before it goes live.

Apple has just launched the Watch series 3 in India, we can expect an update on the watchOS as well.

Apple macOS 10.14 will support a completely new dark mode.

Specifics what on what Apple will release are hard to come by.

Given that WWDC is a developer conference, it's become nearly tradition for Apple to unveil a sneak preview of the next version of all of its major software updates. There will be a developer build available as well. Apple TV and the MacBook range may also get an upgrade.

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Plus it would make a ideal platform to do the announcement considering how many people will be tuned in.

  • Zachary Reyes