Live Blog of Apple's 2018 WWDC Keynote

Posted June 04, 2018

The Apple Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) kicks off on Monday, June 4 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Apple's AR sharing platform is created to work from phone-to-phone directly, eliminating the need of sharing any details to cloud servers, making it much safer to use.

Apple will showcase the latest version of watchOS 5 and tvOS 12 as well.

Apple iOS 12 is expected to include an update NFC feature on iPhones, and will allow users to unlock doors, verify identity with the same. These changes will define how iPhones work in 2018 and a major part of 2019.

Additionally, Apple will also likely show off the newest version of its desktop operating system, macOS. Playing Star Wars holochess is fun, but it feels like Apple could prompt developers to do more with this feature. However, this would not mean that there won't be any blockbuster announcements. Windows users can watch the WWDC 2018 keynote live using the Microsoft Edge browser. As per the rumours, it is also expected to add Siri support for the email and navigation to HomePod.

The latest version of tvOS is called tvOS 12, which is expected to get an update, but it might not be a major renovate over the current gen.

Apple's new wireless charging mat AirPower, which was first announced alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X previous year and has been slated for release in 2018, could also make an appearance.

A new iPad Pro may also be on its way, too. This dark theme, if included, will extend to individual applications along with new icons.

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So it's not guaranteed, but it's worth trying if you don't want to load up Apple and Microsoft's respective stock browsers. Well, the software powering the device could now be getting some much-needed attention.

Android P is almost upon us, and we now have a pretty good idea about what new features and UX elements will be shipping with its final build.

The Apple Watch has for always been ahead of the curve with such features.

Apple's Siri, which once was the most advanced voice-based assistant, has slowly but surely seen itself lag behind in the particular segment. Now, the feature is going to be available for the macOS.

Although there will be a huge amount of excitement around any new devices from Apple, the main feature of today's event is likely to be software. While a notebook launch seems unlikely, Apple is expected to refresh its iPad Pro lineup as its regular iPads saw an upgrade earlier this year.

Specifics what on what Apple will release are hard to come by.

The most definite thing about WWDC is that new software will be released.