Apple Not Expected to Unveil New MacBooks, iPads, Apple Watch at WWDC

Saul Franklin
June 4, 2018

Apple will reveal iOS 12 and updated versions of tvOS, watchOS, and macOS on Monday, June 4 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote address in San Jose, California.

A new iPad Pro may also be on its way, too. The new features are unlikely to roll out to users before fall, which is when Apple usually releases its major updates.

Apple and Google have been going head to head in a bid to attract more software developers to their platforms as they race to introduce more promising augmented reality (AR) tools.

Apple's keynote presentation is scheduled to start at 10 AM pacific time on Monday, June 4th.

Also, one of the other highlight features that the update brings is that the macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 will get a whole new set of security improvements. For Apple iPhone and Apple iPad users, that is a disappointing 46% increase from the 46 issues that cropped up with iOS 10 during the same period previous year.

Apple, the Cupertino tech giant had recently rolled out iOS 11.4 update for its devices including the Apple TV and Apple watch.

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As SiliconANGLE reported May 31, iOS 12 will deliver a new set of tools created to help consumers keep their mobile usage in check as part of its Digital Health initiative, with a dedicated section becoming available in a new section of the iOS 12 settings menu.

We'll find out more in a few hours time but the iPhone isn't the only device that will see some changes. Nothing has really worked in the long run, and we are in the stage now where screen time is offered as reward for something else. Apple's services division, which generates revenue from subscriptions, commissions and maintenance plans tied to Apple devices, already has become the fastest growing piece of the massive company.

Launched in 2011 on iPhone 4S, "Siri" is not as evolved as Amazon's "Alexa" and "Google Assistant", The Verge reported this week.

Developers and students attending the event will have access to more than 1,000 Apple engineers, giving them the latest details about the various APIs available to them, whether for SiriKit, HomeKit or HealthKit, etc.

The company is working on a pair of new Apple Watches that keep the overall size of the current models, but include slightly larger, edge-to-edge screens, according to a person familiar with the product's development.

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