What to Expect at Apple’s WWDC 2018 Event

What to Expect at Apple’s WWDC 2018 Event

WWDC 2018 will take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California from June 4 through June 8.

Besides this MacBook Pro 14,3, other interesting things expected to be introduced at the WWDC 2018 will be mostly previews of the software such as macOS 10.14 (possibly for an Apple News app), iOS 12 (for 2018 iPhones and iPad), watchOS 5 (for Apple Watch Series 4), and tvOS 12.

Reports in the USA suggest Apple could introduce a tool to help users better manage their time on their devices as part of efforts to improve digital well-being. Undoubtedly, at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) the tech giant will reveal some of the new innovations in hardware and software which it has made in the past year. For Apple Watch users who want to listen to non-Apple Music tunes the same is true to a lesser degree.

As a rule, at the conference Apple talks about the features that make the use of technology more convenient, forcing buyers to turn to their devices as often as possible.

According to a recent report, provided information suggests that Apple may expand the functions of its NFC capabilities, this way users can access new features other than Apple Pay.

The top 3 most highly anticipated announcements include the iOS 12 update, iPhone SE2 and the iOS and macOS integration.

iOS is Apple's most used, and most lucrative, operating system, so it tends to get the biggest chunk of time during these press events.

Reports suggest that Apple will also expand the functionality of the iPhone X's facial recognition system, which now only serves to unlock the phone and allow mobile payments. Apple will make announcements on new software developments in addition to some hardware announcements. Perhaps a new entry level 13-inch MacBook with Retina display, or even a MacBook Air refresh.

CEO Tim Cook will host the event. There are some reports out of China that the new model may have already gone into production.

Sleep tracking capabilities might be added to Apple Watch. Last year, it was Apple's first smart speaker, HomePod, as well as new iPads and, this year, we could see Apple refreshing the MacBook and MacBook Pro line-up at the event.

We plan to update this story later today with the right URL, so be sure to check back just before the event. Apple is working on refreshes to the MacBook Pro and 12-inch MacBook with new Intel chipsets and is planning a new low-priced laptop to succeed MacBook Air.

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