The most famous apples WWDC is going to be held at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Centre next week which happens every June and is the second major developer conference of the season. Something that the audience is hooked up on is the focal point of the Monday keynote during which the apple company will lay out its features in its new software.
Talking about the hardware
WWDC which is largely an opportunity for Apple to show how its version of software is consistently changing but the hardware products often get their share of the spotlight just like every year they do. If we see every year’s show we can see that Apple reveals a pair of new iPad Pro and a new set of updated Macs which is offered with some of the first looks at the iMac Pro and the controversial HomePod. According to an article published by Bloomberg it seems that this year this show could be glitch free and it won’t have any hardware changes. It was also noted that the MacBook and MacBook Pro is in the works which will be ready for the public until later this year which is the same as the Apple’s next iPad that has been rumored to pack more expensive Display and support for face ID just like the new iPhone X does. This year WWDC does not have any new gadgets to show or a little has been grown or produced this year compared to the previous years. However WWDC showcases that Apple which used to talk about hardware that isn’t ready for public till last year and read example of the HomePod. The new iMac Pro which has the new Retina MacBook Air also known as the redesigned version of iPhone SE has plenty of unreleased devices which will get a shout out during Tim Cook‘s keynote in the WWDC.
To be brutally honest iOS 11 was thrashed by a stock of unconventional issues that cost hindrance in the confidence of Apple software. Clearly which shouldn’t have been allowed to happen again but surprisingly it has been rumored that iOS 12 is more about questing bugs and take up the performance issues then the dramatic redesigns in new features which has been the talk of all the major key notes every year.
The new release sees the addition of horizontal Support for the face ID which unlocks the device and its ability to use an iDevice’s NFC radio in different ways. As of now NFC and iPhone is mainly used for processing mobile payments to Apple Pay which is famous for its gateway but a recent report from the information suggests that it will soon be able to unlock doors with your phones. One major change that is expected is the ArKit news. Bloomberg reports that Apple has been consistently working on shape augmented reality experience that allow multiple people to step into the same world or platform and build structures that persist in that space over time. Google also broke many grounds on its front at I/O with the announcement of AR Core’s Cloud angers which also work on iOS which also are very important steps towards The augmented reality that doesn’t evaporate the moment you should put your phone down. The most notable addition which is expected can be digital health dashboard that shows users on how much they’re spending time on their held that is the devices and in specific apps. It’s all about curbing growing reliance on smart phones and Apple isn’t alone here since Google is also increasing the similar teams at its own I/O developer conference earlier in May this year. Tim Cook has already publicly made it clear that he sees a tremendous amount of potential in augmented reality to put the point that Apple has started working on the combination of AR/VR headset slated to be released in 2020.
It has been a topic of discussion this year that iOS and MacOS Will finally start to converge developers that will be able to create apps which run on max iPhones and iPads. There is a possibility especially since the Mac App Store has never been as big as the iOS’s but it’s not sure if Apple will take the lead this year since it hasn’t taken one since many years. Even if Apples new cross-platform foundation is an app ready for prime-time WWDC would be the ideal platform for the company to share its plan with the world.
Watches and TVs
While tvOS remains an almost complete mystery is largely because of the platform which hasn’t changed too much since the launch of TV iOS 10 in 2016, in fact last year tvOS 11 daily appeared on stage resulting in very little chance towards the insight and apple’s push to create original TV centering content is moving ahead in the long run.
There is still a lot that Apple has to do with its software version which has evolved a little bit in the past year but thankfully we don’t have to wait much because the only real concern being the Keynote which won’t be enough to quench all the queries some of these changes deserve. WWDC is predictable in the mobile on desktop software which tends to draw most attention. Apple is working hard on its fancy new iWatch with a bigger display which is probably not coming until the earliest of September. Aside from that a leaked pride inspired watch face that’s set to go live in the end of the keynote details of which the future of watchOS is depended, and has a pretty little chance to survive. There is also a very good chance that we will get to see new workout options added to the mix and the high intensity interval training compared to last year. There is still a lot to know about Apple’s software vision and all of it can only be solved during the Keynote.