Published: Tue, June 05, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

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

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

The WWDC is knocking on the doorstep, the event will start from June 4 in San Jose, California. The event is much awaited not only by Apple enthusiasts but also by developers and technology enthusiasts across the globe.

Apple has historically used the opening keynote of its annual WWDC announcement to make major announcements surrounding its main software-based platforms, such as macOS and iOS. Thousands of app developers, a few members of the media, and Apple employees will stuff into the McEnery Convention Center for four days of discussions, classes, and updates on the latest updates to Apple's various software platforms. Reports suggest a new Digital Health tool for iOS 12 could be showcased, while new features that use AR may also be in the spotlight. But this year, don't expect news about new gadgets.

Though rumblings about a new MacBook Air revamp have toned down, Apple is still expected to make a hardware debut or two during its WWDC event which saw the launch of the HomePod speaker past year. Though there are rumours that even this feature could be shelved for now, we expect Apple to make some sort of announcement tonight. As before you need an Apple device to watch the WWDC 2018 keynote live. We explain how - and when - to watch WWDC 2018.

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Each year Apple comes up with its new innovative ideas and new OS versions, along with few developer-side updates and some new wonderful apps. First, second or fourth generation Apple TV users can watch the event on the Apple Events channel. Apart from this, the conference is also a valuable opportunity for the burgeoning developers' community to interact with Apple's engineers, and attend workshops that not only help them improve their skill set but also help Apple refine its products.

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