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- Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off Monday with an opening keynote from the company’s executives.
- New software updates for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac will likely be among Apple’s biggest announcements.
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Each year, Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference to provide a preview of what’s to come for its most important products. It also hosts thousands of developers, who flock to the conference to learn more about how to create apps for Apple’s line of iPhones, iPads, the Apple Watch, and more.
As is typically the case at WWDC, we can expect the unveiling of Apple’s next-generation operating system for iPhones and iPads to be the center of the show. This year’s update, which will likely be called iOS 13, is expected to bring new features such as a system-wide dark mode to iPhones and iPads and improvements to Apple’s homegrown apps like Health and Reminders.
Apple will also reportedly announce support for developers to create apps that run across both the Mac and the iPad. There’s also a chance we’ll hear more details about the new Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade services the company unveiled back in March.
We’ll be covering the event live, so check back below for updates during the keynote.
Now into iOS 13. Unlocking FaceID will be 30% faster in iOS 13, an app downloads will be 50% smaller while updates will be 60% smaller.
Now we’re on to iOS, the next major software update for iPhones and iPads. And Tim Cook is taking a dig at Android, saying the latest version only had a 10% adoption rate compared to iOS’ 85%.
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