What to expect at Apple's WWDC 2018

What to expect at Apple's WWDC 2018

So what's in store for WWDC 2018?

The Worldwide Developer Conference is Apple's annual event for the people who work with its technology but is also the venue for some major announcements. The developer conference will start on 5 June at 1AM in Malaysia, and naturally, the event will be livestreamed. Even if you're not a developer, you can still watch the live stream. "They beg us to use their apps". 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.

The new iOS will also get you complete weekly reports of how you use your device, what sends you notifications, what time you spent on different apps, among other thorough statistics.

Apple has announced that multiple users can now integrate augmented reality apps together with multiple iOS devices. Also, when a user deletes any message or chat then the changes will be reflected on all the devices that are running using the same Apple ID.

Apple is also working on a couple of new Apple Watch devices that keep the overall size of the current models but include slightly larger edge-to-edge displays. This is the first time Apple has exerted this level of control.

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So to expect people to drop a considerable amount of money on these with no guarantee for the future seems a bit much. Lastly, it's likely none of this is going to be cheap, so the whole value proposition is already out the window.

The tech giant Apple seems to have one more surprise for both developers and avid fans. The iOS 12 is now much faster than its predecessor with 40% faster app launch, 70% faster camera, 50% faster keyboard, and huge optimizations under heavy load thanks to clever CPU boosts. This is part of Apple's plan to make a video equivalent of its Apple Music offering, which Macworld suggests is confirmed by recent appointments of TV and film experts to its executive, as well as previous promises to invest heavily in its own content. No one is expecting the Apple hardware to be designed around listening to Spotify, but it's frustrating and confounding that Apple won't play ball at all. Reports over the weekend claimed the new version has a new a systemwide dark mode and a new Mac News app icon.

"Today is all about software", said Apple CEO Tim Cook in his keynote speech at the McEnery Convention Center on Monday.

Apple is adding tools to help its customers use their phones less, a direct response to criticisms it received earlier this year from sharehoders anxious about phone addiction.

The operating systems themselves won't be available to the general public until the Fall, but Apple announced an earlier public beta program for eager iPhone, iPad and Mac users.

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