Apple’s WWDC Keynote on June 3 Expected To Reveal New Software

World Wide Developers Conference is something that every developer looks forward to. This year too, the conference will be happening, and Apple has just announced that the keynote presentation of the event will be happening on June 3rd. It is reported that the keynote address will be talking about new software Apple has been working on for the past year, including but not limited to iOS and macOS.

Owing to the tradition of WWDC announcements, Apple is expected to announce the newer versions of OSs for devices like iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch etc. In particular, this year’s event would focus on iOS 13 and macOS 10.15, say some reports. In addition to this, watchOS 6 may also make it to the spotlight while thousands of developers tune into Apple official website and the auditorium.

There are already some rumors regarding what these new Operating Systems are bringing. For instance, iOS 13 is expected to bring some tweaks to the user interface while addressing the existing bugs as well. One of the talked-about features is that a new animation would be added when closing apps and launching a multi-tasking window. A Dark Mode is also expected in the latest version of iOS.

macOS, on the other hand, is rumored to get some major changes in this iteration. Most importantly, the new version would allow users to run iPad apps on Mac, which opens a plethora of options. In addition to this major change, Apple is reportedly bringing some in-house apps like Screen Time, Reminders, Shortcuts and others, to macOS, adding more productivity options.

It is not normal for Apple to make product launches during WWDC, as the conference is software-focused. But, we will have to wait until 3rd June, 10 AM (Local time) to see whether the trillion-dollar company takes a diversion here.