Apple WWDC 2018 keynote


A new report from Bloomberg also suggests this, with rumors that much like Google in Android P, Apple is going to make a new "Digital Health" feature created to help you better manage your time on your device a big focus of iOS 12.

Today is the day of Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), where Apple usually reveals interesting updates.

Here is a little of what you can expect from the keynote address.

The conference started with a note from the Tim Cook, the CEO of the company at 1 p.m. ET on Monday.

Many experts do not believe Apple will announce new hardware at this year's WWDC, but that hasn't stopped some industry watchers from speculating about the Californian company's plans.

So, if you really want to know what Apple has planned, you'll need to watch the keynote.

Apart from Apple devices, users watching the live stream on other devices such as Android, Windows etc will need to use the recent version of Chrome or Firefox to experience good streaming on the devices. It's also not a full picture of what will eventually come to your devices.

In terms of new software, there's plenty of smoke around big iOS 12 reveals, a watchOS 5 unveiling, and even ARKit 2.0.

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The Verge keeps their predictions simple and writes that the introduction of iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 is coming. This dark theme, if included, will extend to individual applications along with new icons.

These features have been expected for months.

Apple are set to implement new tools on devices to tackle addiction.

Apple has been going all in on augmented reality, and it could debut new advancements. Part of that is likely because Siri's technology has fallen behind and it isn't used as much as an always-listening tool. As per the rumours, it is also expected to add Siri support for the email and navigation to HomePod. In April, it poached a top Google executive to lead its machine learning and AI efforts.

Michael Facemire, Vice President and Principal Analyst at global market research firm Forrester also said: "From a developer standpoint, the biggest thing we're looking forward to is being able to build applications for iOS and have them be functional on the MacOS platform". But this year, don't expect news about new gadgets.

WWDC tends to be more of a software event but previously harware has been announced at the event. Mac Otakara, a blog out of Japan, reports that Face ID could get support for landscape mode. Apple has since apologized and offered replacement batteries for a fee.

Photo An Apple store in San Francisco.

Own an Apple TV? It may be that there were many other smaller fixes the company didn't mention.