Apple’s WWDC 2018: What to Watch For

Apple’s WWDC 2018: What to Watch For

Apple’s WWDC 2018: What to Watch For

It launched the iAd platform in 2010, where app developers could insert Apple's technology into their apps and users would be shown programmatically placed ads in the app. The WWDC also includes announcements relating to the latest in software and hardware apart from developer-centric features. Word is we may also see some new hardware, including some sort of iPhone.

If history is anything to go by, Apple is all but certain to unveil the latest iOS version tonight.

The news comes after intense scrutiny over the addictive nature of Apple devices with Apple investors Jana Partners LLC and the California State Teachers' Retirement System leading the way with damning comments regarding children's usage of the tech giant's products.

Apple is now anticipated to launch a not so feature-heavy iOS 12.

- Apple says that the livestream will work best on Apple devices, which means if you can access a MacBook, an iMac computer, iPhone, iPad or the Apple TV, watch the WWDC 2018 on it. Officially iOS 12 is released in September, after the new iPhones are announced. Instead they could be pushed over to iOS 13 update. The company is working on new iPad Pros with Face ID, too, but they're also expected to be unveiled later in 2018.

New iPads or MacBook Air? Additionally, it might also sport a 3.5 mm headphone jack. The updated AR platform is said to support multiplayer AR games, and many other features. MacOS now has a dark theme; however, as it stands, it only has the functionality of changing the appearance of the menubar and the dock. However, the new iPhone will include a glass-back design.

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Apple's macOS 10.14 will come with a new Dark mode as seen in some recent screenshots.

The Apple Watch has for always been ahead of the curve with such features.

2018, till now, has been about the deeper integration of artificial intelligence in our daily lives through widely available voice-based personal assistants. Will virtual assistant Siri be able to catch up with archrivals Assistant from Google and Alexa from Amazon?

A few other questions linger over WWDC this year: Can Apple make augmented reality useful for more than cool demos?

The most definite thing about WWDC is that new software will be released.

It's pretty much nailed on that Apple will use the event to talk about iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, but it's the scale of those announcements that could shock people.

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