Apple WWDC 2019 Kickstarts from 3 June: iOS 13, New MacOS Expected

The annual developer conference from Apple will take place in California where iOS 13 for iPhone will be announced.

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Tim Cook, CEO, Apple will be there to host yet another WWDC keynote. 

Apple is set to host its annual developers conference, Worldwide Developers Conference 2019 (WWDC) this year from 3 June to 7 according to latest report from MacRumors. The company hasn’t said this officially but the report cites few sources with the schedule of the venue where the annual event takes place every where.

WWDC is where Apple gets to talk about its upcoming iOS version and highlight new features that iPhone users will be getting later this year.

The event, according to the report, will continue to take place at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, where Tim Cook, CEO, Apple will be hosting the keynote session which will be broadcasted across different mediums on the internet.

As is the case every year, WWDC will talk about software improvements for iPhone, iPad and Mac users, and it’s unlikely that we’ll see any hardware debuts from the Cupertino-based tech giant.

Compared to previous years, Apple has been battling the fall in iPhone sales but making hay with more people subscribing to its services like Apple Music and iCloud among others. It’s also worth mentioning that there will be discussions over the issues with iOS 12 and how users have faced difficulty with it over the past 12 months or so.

It’ll be great if Apple can finally fix all the glitches that were reported and also announce iOS 13 with a clean slate.

Before that, Apple is reportedly planning an event on 25 March to launch its paid news subscription service, a Buzzfeed report suggests. The event will most probably see Apple announce the services business, hence, it is unlikely that we will see any new products from the company at the event scheduled for March this year.

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