Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is taking place on 4 June this year, and it's one of the Cupertino company's biggest events. Known for being an event where Apple previews its latest device firmware, the WWDC will see Apple announce new features to the iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS which will be first available to developers and testers on beta.
While the last year's update for the software running the iPhones and iPads was riddled with bugs, iOS 12 at Apple WWDC 2018 is expected to be more about stability. If you can't pull up a stream or your internet connection is sketchy you can head over to Twitter and search for #WWDC or #WWDC2018 where you'll get loads of up to date content including content from us about the event.
With WWDC only days away, rumors are starting to leak of what Apple will launch and discuss this year.
Apple has already made a decision to delay new features for the latest build of its mobile operating system that it was going to announce tomorrow.
Apple is also expected to roll out new "Digital Health" software that's created to soothe our tech addiction by allowing us to monitor how much time we spend on our phones. In addition to restricting time spent on certain apps, it's also reported that Apple will be bringing additional parental controls, address concerns regarding the excessive usage of phone and its effect on the mental health of an individual.
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The WSJ claims that the number of bugs has been higher in iOS 11 than any previous version of Apple's mobile operating system.
Lastly, the Near Field Communications (NFC) feature in iPhones might be slightly expanded to include unlocking of hotel rooms. Expect some new AR demos, too.
Apple's new wireless charging mat AirPower, which was first announced alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X a year ago and has been slated for release in 2018, could also make an appearance.
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Apple could also introduce features in the next version of iOS to improve battery life.
In short, is this move going to result in the dumbing down of Mac apps to the lowest common denominator of what's practical on an iPhone? As per reports, Apple has put aside its grand plans for iOS in 2018, "delaying some features to next year in an effort to put more focus on addressing performance and quality issues".
New iPads or MacBook Air? Further, it is expected that iPhone SE 2 will be launched during the event. The developer conference will start on 5 June at 1AM in Malaysia, and naturally, the event will be livestreamed.
The WWDC 2018 keynote is set to kick off at 10 a.m. Pacific and we'll be at the event and live-blogging all the festivities.
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