What to expect from Apple’s 2018 WWDC developer conference

Leigh Mccormick
June 5, 2018

The WWDC is knocking on the doorstep, the event will start from June 4 in San Jose, California.

For the inception of one of the most awaited events of 2018 is just a few hours back. With over 100 technical and design-focused sessions, developers can build apps using the latest Apple technologies. This will take the form of "Digital Health", a collection of settings and usage monitoring tools that will debut in iOS 12 to help iDevice users monitor specific app usage.

However, if there are any new round watchfaces in the developer kit, we might get a glimpse of a future round Apple Watch.

The outperformance can be attributed to the strong performance of iPhone along with gradual expansion of the company's services business that include revenues from Internet Services, App store, Apple Music, AppleCare, Apple Pay, and licensing and other services. However hardware announcements are expected to be held for Apple's major product event it holds each year usually in September. Here's how to watch the live stream of the keynote of WWDC 2018.

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Expect the new dark theme to be a hit with a lot of users. Tim Cook will be holding a keynote today and he is expected to reveal more iOS 12 details and an iPhone X-style iPad. With Apple recently having acquired "Beddit" a sleep tracking platform, WearOS 5 may include sleep tracking support. According to the source Tekz24, the iPhone SE 2 will be manufactured and assembled in India, unlike other Apple devices which have been manufactured in China by Foxconn. This year, we may see some interesting new products.

That's pretty annoying if you don't, of course, so we'll also be providing a real-time blog of the announcements in an update to this story, along with our expert analysis. The company may launch a wireless charging pad called the AirPower that it announced past year.

The recent rise in software bugs at the iPhone maker underscores the difficulty Apple engineers face in creating programs that can be used across its array of gadgets, phones and computers. 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.

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