Apple WWDC 2018 keynote


The event could also hint at what to expect in the next iPhone, which Apple will most likely unveil in September. More information about the event is available on the official WWDC website. And there are indications that macOS 10.14 will called Mojave, after the Mojave desert in California.

The WWDC 2018 will be opened by Apple CEO Tim Cook and it is going to be held at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, the same venue where Apple has been holding the developer event for years now.

The Verge keeps their predictions simple and writes that the introduction of iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 is coming.

This development might be an indication of what's to come on the software front. It didn't catch on, and Apple has scaled back its advertising ambitions since then to focus on ads in its App Store.

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".

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On the wearables front, expect to hear about new health and fitness features for watchOS; 9to5Mac notes that Apple's recent acquisition of Beddit could see the company add sleep tracking capabilities to the Apple Watch. The 2018 edition is expected to pack a number of updates to its mobile, desktop, TV and wearable platforms. These changes will define how iPhones work in 2018 and a major part of 2019.

There are various reports, including one from Bloomberg, saying that this year's WWDC will be "hardware-less".

Hardware announcements are expected to be few and far between, with iPhone SE 2 expected to hog the limelight among the hardware. The iPhone SE2 is reported to share design aspects similar to the iPhone X, but with a smaller form factor and possibly even a display notch.

AIRPOWER: THE WIRELESS CHARGING MAT Next, Apple showcased its wireless charging mat called Air Power a year ago but that never saw the light of day. 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.