Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is scheduled for Monday, June 4th and anticipation is rising among all the tech geeks around the world. So, here’s what you can expect from Apple’s upcoming WWDC.
Apple is up for another conference and the mystery about what to expect from this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is fevering up. While Apple has always tried to be mysterious about its new launches – leaks these days are not uncommon, so here’s which we must expect from WWDC 2018. Apple is likely to announce what’s new in iOS 12 and its plans for augmented reality in the event. Also, it is not just about iOS, in fact, the OS update will be launched for all four of Apple’s operating systems namely macOS, iOS, tvOS and watchOS. It is also quite likely that MacOS might get the ability to run iOS apps – this being a part of Apple’s quest to make its computers and phones work more seamlessly together.
Perhaps, Apple TV might get fully-featured with streaming services that includes original series and films fresh from cinema screens. This upgrade can be in the wake of Apple’s quest to make its video streaming service on Apple TV to be equivalent with Apple Music. Besides this, seeing CEO Tim Cook’s love for virtual reality in mind, Apple might include virtual reality and augmented reality in its products to align with latest technological trends – for which, Apple is likely to pay special attention to ARKit 2.0 in the WWDC.
Also, the Apple Pay Cash system can be launched in new territories like the UK, based on glitches found in January which enabled UK iPhone users to partially set up the feature. With Apple Pay Cash, users send money via iMessage to other contacts using the same application. This feature was already announced at the WWDC 2017, however it was limited up to certain regions and might be expanded now. Coming to rumours, if they are to be believed, an update to Apple’s budget phone – iPhone SE could be launched and it can be named ‘iPhone SE2’; but only time can tell.