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Apple WWDC live Reveal Updates – Next event in June 3, 2019


Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

Apple is going to have its yearly WWDC 2019 (Worldwide Developers Conference) in its Cupertino grounds. Apple WWDC at Moscone Center San Francisco for a long time however since 2017 it has moved the WWDC occasion to McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.

Cupertino is one of the greatest organization has a staggering interest in the tickets. Like Google Apple additionally utilizes a lottery framework for the tickets at WWDC. The expense of these tickets has been $1,599 per individual for a long time.

Consistently Apple WWDC begins the gathering with a keynote where it makes some real declaration identified with the product items. So we have ordered a rundown of all the potential declarations.

WWDC 2021

Apple has reported that its 2021 WWDC will occur from June 7 to June 11, with the 32nd Worldwide Developers Conference again intended to be a computerized just occasion with no actual assembling because of the continuous worldwide wellbeing emergency.

WWDC 2020 was the main WWDC occasion to be held carefully, and the 2021 meeting will be designed according to the 2020 variant.

WWDC 2021 will be free for all designers, and as it is held on the web, engineers worldwide will actually want to go to gain admittance to future variants of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, just as draw in with Apple engineers through designing meetings, one-on-one lab arrangements, and the Apple Developer Forums.

Apple is relied upon to hold a feature occasion for WWDC 2021 to present new programming, with the occasion set to be spilled on, the Apple Developer application, the Apple WWDC Developer site, the Apple TV application on the Apple TV, and YouTube.

In past years, WWDC has occurred at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, with Apple charging $1,599 for a ticket, yet similarly as with the 2020 occasion, engineers won’t have to pay to partake.

What We Expect

Apple is expected to unveil iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8 at WWDC 2021, with the updates to be tested by developers ahead of a release in the fall.

There are several Mac refreshes rumored to be in the works with Apple developing new versions of the iMac and MacBook Pro, but it is not yet clear if those machines will come out at Apple WWDC will give us more information on the future of Apple silicon.

Past WWDCs

WWDC 2020

While WWDC didn’t see the presentation of any new equipment, there were huge working framework refreshes across Apple’s foundation, and we likewise caught wind of Apple’s for some time supposed change from Intel processors to Apple Silicon for its Mac arrangement.

iOS 14

  • iOS 14 Features New Translate App. Support for 11 Languages and Offline Mode
  • iOS 14 Includes Picture-in-Picture Mode for iPhone
  • iOS 14 Adds Subtle Design for Siri That Doesn’t Take Up Entire Screen
  • iPhone and Apple WWDC Becoming Digital Car Keys, Feature Rolling Out to BMW Customers Next Month
  • New iOS 14 Feature ‘Application Clips’ Lets You Access Small Part of an App
  • iMessage in iOS 14: Mentions, Pinned Conversations, Inline Replies, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg
  • Calls Will Finally Stop Taking Up the Entire Screen in iOS 14
  • iOS 14 Compatible With iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and Later
  • Discover My App Gaining Support for Third-Party Products
  • Emoticon Search Finally Coming to iOS in iOS 14
  • Mac Seeds First Betas of iOS and iPadOS 14 to Developers
  • iOS 14 Lets Developers Make Subscriptions Available for Family Sharing
  • Outsider Mail and Browser Apps Able to Be Set as Default in iOS and iPadOS 14
  • iOS 14 Tidbits and Hidden Features: Privacy Updates, Emoji Picker, New Dark Sky Weather Forecasts and that’s just the beginning

iPadOS 14

  • iPadOS 14 Features Enhanced UIs for Native Apps, Universal Search, New Handwriting Support with Apple Pencil, and then some

macOS Big Sur

  • macOS ‘Huge Sur’ Unveiled With Updated Design, New Features for Safari and Messages, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg
  • Apple WWDC Previews Big Update to Safari on Mac, Featuring New Privacy Tools, Built-in Translation, Improved Tabs, and then some
  • macOS Big Sur Listed as ‘Form 11.0’ in System Preferences
  • Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS Big Sur to Developers for Testing Purposes
  • Apple Adds WebP Image Support in Safari 14
  • Rundown of Macs Compatible with macOS Big Sur

watchOS 7

  • Apple Announces watchOS 7 With Enhanced Face Customizations, Handwashing Detection, and then some
  • Apple Watch Getting Hand Washing Feature With 20-Second Countdown and Haptic Feedback
  • watchOS 7 Adds New Sleep Tracking Feature to Apple Watch
  • Apple Releases First Beta of New watchOS 7 Update to Developers
  • watchOS 7 Only Compatible With Apple WWDC 3 and Later

tvOS 14

  • Apple Seeds First Beta of tvOS 14 to Developers
  • tvOS 14 Brings Apple TV Support for AirPods Audio Sharing and Watching YouTube Videos in 4K

Apple Silicon Chips

  • Apple Transitioning Macs to Custom Chips With ‘Mind blowing’ Performance Within the Next Two Years
  • Apple’s $500 Developer Program Includes Tools and Resources for Transitioning to Apple Silicon, Plus a Loaner A12Z-Based Mac Mini


  • AirPods Getting Automatic Switching Between Apple Devices, Theater-Like ‘Spatial Audio’ Coming to AirPods Pro

Other Announcements

  • Complete Transcript of Apple’s Keynote
  • Redone Apple Maps App Expanding to UK, Ireland, and Canada Later This Year
  • HomePod Gaining Support for Third-Party Music Services
  • Apple’s Digital Car Key Coming to Broad Array of BMW Models Manufactured After July 1, Requires iOS 13.6
  • Apple Shares Teaser for Upcoming Apple WWDC+ Series ‘Establishment’
  • Apple Announces ARKit 4 with Location Anchors, Depth API, and Improved Face Tracking
  • Apple’s Craig Federighi Highlights iOS 14 and MacOS Big Sur Privacy Updates in New Interview

WWDC 2019

At WWDC 2019, Apple appeared new forms of iOS, iPadOS (presently separate from iOS!), macOS, tvOS, and watchOS, all of which have an extensive rundown of new highlights, in addition to Apple gave us a look at the new Mac Pro and 6K Apple Display.

iOS 13

  • Apple Unveils iOS 13 Featuring Dark Mode, Swipe Keyboard, Performance Improvements, and the sky is the limit from there
  • iOS 13 Adds Swipe Keyboard Named QuickPath to iPhone
  • iOS 13 Gaining Revamped Reminders App and Enhanced Apple Maps
  • Apple Announces ‘Sign in With Apple’ for Signing into Apps Using Your Apple WWDC
  • Sign In With Apple Will Be Required for Apps That Offer Third-Party Sign-In Options
  • Apple Updating Messages in iOS 13 With User Profiles and Memoji Stickers
  • Apple Unveils New Photo Browsing and Editing Features Coming With iOS 13
  • First Betas of iOS 13 and iPadOS Now Available for Registered Developers With Dark Mode, New Find My App, Performance Optimizations and the sky is the limit from there
  • iOS 13 is Compatible With iPhone SE and Later, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Not Supported
  • iOS 13 Will Let You Download Large Apps Over Cellular
  • Here’s the New iOS 13 Volume Indicator
  • Look at Dark Mode in iOS 13

iPadOS 13

  • Mac Unveils ‘iPadOS’ Designed Specifically for the iPad’s Larger Display
  • Mac’s New iPadOS Software Includes Mouse Support as an Accessibility Option
  • Mac’s New iPadOS Software Includes Additional Keyboard Shortcuts

macOS Catalina

  • Apple Announces ‘macOS Catalina’ With Separate Apple Music, Podcasts, and TV Apps
  • Apple’s New ‘Discover My’ App for macOS and iOS Can Find Your Devices Even When They’re Offline
  • Mac Introduces Sidecar App for Using an iPad as a Mac’s Secondary Display
  • Apple Reveals ‘Voice Control’ Accessibility Feature Coming to Mac and iOS
  • Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS 10.15 Catalina to Developers
  • Here Are All the Macs Compatible With macOS Catalina

tvOS 13

  • Apple Reveals tvOS 13 With New Home Screen and Support for Multiple User Profiles
  • TV Apple Gaining Xbox One and PlayStation 4 Controller Support
  • Apple Seeds First Beta of tvOS 13 to Developers

watchOS 6

  • Apple Unveils WatchOS 6 With Dedicated App Store, New Apple Watch Faces and Native Apps
  • Watch Getting Apple New Health Features, Including Noise App and Menstrual Cycle Tracking
  • Apple Releases First Beta of New watchOS 6 Operating System to Developers
  • Here Are All the Apple WWDC Models Compatible With watchOS 6

New Mac Pro and HDR Display

  • Apple Reveals All-New Mac Pro With Up to 28-Core Processor and 1.5TB of RAM, Starting at $5,999
  • Apple Unveils 32-inch 6K ‘Ace Display XDR’ Monitor Starting at $4,999
  • Adobe and Other Developers Are ‘Staggeringly Excited’ About New Mac Pro
  • The Stand for Apple’s New $4,999 Pro Display Costs an Extra $999
  • Gathering: First-Look Impressions of the New Mac Pro

WWDC 2018

  • At WWDC 2018, Apple made the accompanying programming and equipment declarations:
  • Apple Reveals iOS 12 With Digital Health Features, Group FaceTime, Memoji. That’s only the tip of the iceberg
  • Apple Creates ‘Measure’, an Augmented-Reality Measuring Tape App
  • Apple Announces New USDZ Augmented Reality File Format Coming in iOS 12
  • Unveils ‘ARKit 2’ and Showcases New LEGO AR App That Interacts With Physical Sets
  • Apple Unveils New ‘For You’ Tab and Sharing Suggestions Coming to Photos in iOS 12
  • Apple Details Siri Updates Alongside ‘Easy routes’ App to Create Customized Voice-Controlled Workflows
  • Google Maps and Waze Coming to CarPlay in iOS 12
  • Apple Introduces Memoji: Personalized, Animated Emojis Coming in iOS 12
  • Gathering FaceTime Chats Coming to iOS 12, Supports Up to 32 Simultaneous Users
  • Apple WWDC Explains How iOS 12 Will ‘Help You Limit Distractions’ With New ‘Screen Time’ Settings and the sky is the limit from there
  • First Beta of iOS 12 Now Available for Registered Developers
  • iOS 12 Includes Setting to Disable USB Access When an iPhone Hasn’t Been Unlocked for More Than an Hour
  • iOS 12 Hidden Features: New Close App Gesture on iPhone X, Revamped iPad Gestures, Screen Time Widget and then some

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