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What to expect during WWDC 2018?

Jun 04, 2018 POSTED IN BusinessDesignTech BY blogger
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Jun 2018

It’s that time of the year when Apple has its most anticipated event, The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) which is held annually in California. During this event, they unveil to people what Apple has in store for the particular year with regards to new software updates, new products, new features and much more. Now, what can we look forward to?

For developers, WWDC offers a chance to get an idea of what they’ll be working within 2018 so they can start planning. For everyone else, it’s a glimpse at the interface refinements and exciting new devices ahead of theorized iPhone 9 and iPhone XI.

Firstly it will be the UI of the iOS, For the iOS 11 problems like the frightening-sounding ‘black dot’ bug, were both PR for Apple and an unpleasant user experience, that would definitely be dealt with. And an increased focus on both gestures and working with the notched display. Given the expectation of three new handsets with iPhone X like design traits being released in September. In a video discovered by Steve Troughton-Smith and shared on Twitter, it has revealed a new version of Xcode, which is a software used by developers to create new programs for the Mac and iOS. Apart from that the video also showed a feature of a dark screen mode for the macOS which will allow users to turn the screen black everywhere. It is also probable that these features be introduced for the iPhones especially the iPhone X.

Another aspect which we could look forward to is privacy as Apple has already made a big play about not holding on to excess levels of personal information, and promoting the security of the platform for end-user data. Also expected to be included in iOS 12 are new parental control features. In response to growing concerns about digital health and wellness, and it seems logical to assume those features will be a tentpole of iOS 12 clear water between the functionality of the two platforms and their respective ethical approaches.

Well now let’s wait for the keynote, during which CEO Tim Cook will officially unveil the mystery.