Apple WWDC 2018 Keynote Begins

Laverne Mann
June 5, 2018

We're live at Apple's (AAPL) Worldwide Developers Conference in handsome San Jose, California.

iOS 12, Apple's latest operating system for iPhones, is expected to be announced at the WWDC. iOS 12 will reportedly bring stability and performance upgrades including additions to health and parental controls. iBooks, Apple's reader for e-books is said to feature an improved interface for reading. The company launched the iAd platform in 2010 allowing developers to include Apple's tech in its apps to target user with ads.

The Digital Health initiative is interesting, which according to Bloomberg, is a new setting feature that will include a series of tools aimed at showing people how they are using their iPhones and iPads.

We will update on WWDC 2018 later on NicheHunt.

APPLE WON'T SHOW OFF any new hardware at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) next week, and will instead focus on, er, tackling iPhone addiction. It's certainly something I'd expect to get a huge focus in today's keynote if it is slated for this year's updates. It is being held in San Jose, California at 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET.

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Which Apple WWDC 2018 announcement are you looking forward to? Along with further ARKit developments, like USDZ file format, and upcoming native USDZ support in Adobe Creative Cloud, and ARKit 2, it unveiled Measure. He called on Apple and its rival Google to create new software tools that monitor smartphone use. The company may also introduce an AR function that allows two users to share the same virtual space to play games, share information, etc., all the while not compromising on data privacy. The developer platform is based on technology which synthesized the relationship between the inertial sensors of Apple devices and their cameras to track their position in space.

The WWDC 2018 keynote has started, with Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken the stage to kick off the keynote.

Apple's macOS 10.14 will come with a new Dark mode as seen in some recent screenshots.

Apple's new wireless charging mat AirPower, which was first announced alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X previous year and has been slated for release in 2018, could also make an appearance.

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