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

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The new features will be baked right into iOS 12, which is the likely name of the operating system update Apple will announce on Monday. Some experts wonder if the problems with iOS will damage Apple's reputation for delivering quality devices. Other brands that Apple said would support AirPlay but aren't yet highlighted include Bose, Devialet, Dynaudio, Polk, McIntosh, Bowers & Wilkins, BlueSound, and Definitive Technology.

WWDC 2018 will happen on the June 4th at the San Jose Convention Center and starts at 1PM ET / 10AM PT.

There might be news of Apple TV becoming a more fully-featured streaming service, including original series and films fresh from cinema screens. Apple could expand and improve its tracking to give people more information about their diet and sleep habits, Moorhead said. This requires the company to add code to make sure that each device runs smoothly with the latest version of its operating system. This is the software that will define the experience of 2018's new iPhones, and also update current iPhones and iPads when it comes out to devices later this year. If you and a friend are facing each other, for example, you'll see one side of the object and they'll see the opposite side. If you decide to try iOS 12 on your phone or tablet in June, you'll want to be careful.

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New iOS updates are always previewed at WWDC, so it shouldn't be any different this year. Unlike a year ago, there will be no announcements pertaining to the company's Mac lineup. Oh, and don't expect Apple to announce its next MacBooks nor its new iPad Pros until later this year. Though there is a chance Apple may have a few surprises in store, there's also a good chance that WWDC this year will be somewhat boring compared to past events. But the big news with the macOS is likely be several new tools that may help developers write applications that will work seamlessly across the iPhone as well as a full computer like the MacBook Air.

Apple will need to show developers why they should keep building apps for a gadget that hasn't yet shown the same early promise as the iPhone. What we can see is that the iPhone SE 2 notch is considerably smaller than the iPhone X notch, as has been suggested by previous leaks.