This year WWDC runs from June 4th through June 8th at the McEnery Convention Center in San JOse, California. Same as last time. Once those announcements are out of the way, Apple's executive team has previously moved on to making a slew of other announcements, some of which have been hardware-based and are used to introduce a new iPad or a brand new range of improved MacBooks.
The tech giant shows what's new with its throng software platforms.
Exactly what Apple plans with its smart assistant Siri is not 100 percent clear, but as SiliconANGLE reported May 21, there's a strong possibility that Apple may be announcing enhanced conversational artificial intelligence for the service.
Also, the evolution of entire Apple ecosystem will be reviled, which is undoubtedly one of the most important topics. Now this isn't to say that Apple has lost its innovative mojo, but rather an indication that the company appears to be taking a more measured approach to new hardware and new software features. For all the criticisms levied against the device, the most weighty has been the fact that there isn't even a vague reason to consider buying the speaker unless you are an Apple Music subscriber.
All the people who have iPhone, iPad, iPod touch model (iOS 10 or above), Mac computer (macOS Sierra 10.12 or above) along with Safari installed in it, can watch the event on the official website. Apple TV users can play the live-stream via AirPlay on the 2nd generation or later version of Apple TV.
All the Windows users can watch the WWDC 2018 keynote live using the Microsoft Edge browser. The iPhone software update usually comes for free in September, shortly after the company unveils its latest iPhones.
This implies that developers will have access to a lot of features after the 2018 WWDC, with more changes coming in iOS 12.