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What to expect at WWDC 2019 – Pt 1

Apple has announced WWDC 2019 will take place in San Jose, California, in early June. What can we expect to see at the show?

What is WWDC?

Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) is the company’s annual developer event at which its engineers speak with the company’s vast dev community, explain what’s new within its operating systems and provide deep insight into how its systems can be used to build third-party services and products.

WWDC 2019 is the thirtieth ever such event and is expected to host 6,000 people with thousands more watching news and talks from the show online.

The first WWDC took place in 1983 and was a purely developer event until around 2002, when the company began to use the show as a place to announce new products, including operating systems.

What do we know about WWDC 2019?

We know the date: June 3-7.

The company also distributed a graphic for its news (above).

As you can see, this features a stylized human head with a brain full of code. Apple also said it would, “celebrate the breakthrough work of developers who are creating new experiences in areas including machine learning, augmented reality, health and fitness,” at the show.

While this is slim pickings for conjecture, it seems pretty clear Apple’s planning to show us a little more around all three topics.

This may involve new CoreML features, will certainly see news around AR Kit and may conceivably see the company reveal a little more concerning its sensor developments and plans for the Apple Watch and digital health.

What will Apple definitely talk about?

WWDC is Apple’s developer event. The company always reveals its plans for new operating system enhancements at the show – it must do so as it needs developers to build product for its platforms, and they need insight into any changes to the OS features and APIs.

This makes it pretty certain Apple will reveal new versions of macOS, tvOS, iOS and watchOS at the show.

What do we expect in iOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 11.

Some highlights of these releases may include:

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