We're at WWDC 2018 and here's how to follow along with us!

We're at WWDC 2018 and here's how to follow along with us!

We're at WWDC 2018 and here's how to follow along with us!

We're nearly definitely getting a sneak peek at the next big update for iOS and macOS (and probably watchOS and tvOS, too), but there is also a chance Apple will share some news about a new iPad Pro, as well as the rumored second-generation iPhone SE.

It's also possible that Apple will mimic Google's Android mobile phones and let you see how much time you spend in individual apps.

There will likely be a new Apple smartphone addiction software announcement at WWDC on Monday. Along with the new versions of the operating systems that power the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and macOS, it is expected that Apple will also announce several unique software features for its products. However, unlike iOS updates in the past, iOS 12 may be more focused on refinement rather than offering a bunch of new features.

Next week, Apple will host its annual WWDC event where it will talk about the new features coming to iPhone this year. Apparently it'll include a new menu full of tools that will tell you how long you've been using your phone, and how much of it has been spent in certain apps. It is also expected that Apple will showcase some improvements related to its virtual assistant Siri, Apple News, and the way NFC is used in Apple devices at WWDC 2018. According to a Reuters report, Apple will add a way for multiple iPhone users to view the same augmented reality scenes and objects in the same room.

So, if you really want to know what Apple has planned, you'll need to watch the keynote. Unlike those rivals, though, it only works on Apple hardware - Macs, iPads and iPhones. Improvements are on the way for video calls and sending Animojis too.

Over the years, Cook has occasionally taken a moment at the start of his big press events to address topics in the news, like the shooting in Orlando.

Apple has dealt with a number of scandals over the past year. Although there's no obvious subject for him to dig into, he could mention immigration, gun control, or just wish everyone a happy Pride month. On Monday, it could include some mentions of its own privacy policies and practices, and digs at other companies without naming names.

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