Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2018 kicks off on June 4
The annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is set to start on June 4 and continue until June 8.
To be held in San Jose, California, the event boasts over 100 technical and design-focused sessions headed by Apple engineers. Registration is now available until March 22 at the event’s official website. Ticket purchasing capacity is determined by random selection from registrants, according to a statement.
The Verge reports that some of the anticipated news from Apple include details on the future of macOS and the changes being implemented for the iOS 12. The company previously stated its plan to focus on reliability and performance, rather than introducing more cutting-edge features.
Animoji on an iPad could also be something to look forward to. A previous report from Bloomberg stated a new iPad was on the way, which comes with the iPhone X’s Face ID camera.
TechRadar reports that a new MacBook Air could also be unveiled at the conference. This MacBook is expected to have a 13.3-inch screen and a cheaper price than the current 12-inch model. Alfred Bayle /ra
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