Apple’s annual developers’ conference gets an official date. The Cupertino tech giant has announced its WWDC event is scheduled from June 3 to June 7 at the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose. This happens to be the most significant event since Apple has entered into its 30th year and the event is expected to showcase new technologies drawn from innovative creators and developers across the globe.
The WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) 2019 will be showcasing the recent work of developers and the innovations made through Machine Learning and AR and also would be unveiling Apple’s interest in fields like Health and Fitness and more. The announcement from Apple also states this year event, which is scheduled for four days will be featuring technical sessions, hands-on labs and guest speakers for Apple Developers Community and also providing knowledge for upcoming app developers about latest developing tools.
Apart from the latest innovations from developers, the WWDC event will be unveiling the latest versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. As for the iOS is concerned, the iOS 13 is rumored to be bringing the much-anticipated system-wide dark mode. Apple at last year’s WWDC has showcased its first dark mode feature only for MacOS Mojave, and we can expect the same with the iOS 13 for iPhones and iPads, this year. Furthermore, we can also expect the iPad and MacOS apps integration along with the new developing tool kits as well.
And, lastly, interested developers can book tickets for WWDC 2019 starting from March 20 on WWDC website. However, the official confirmation of tickets will surely be selected through a random selection process and will be revealed by March 21st. Apple had also developed new WWDC app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV as well wherein in users and developers can get to know more details about the event and can also live stream it as well. Keep in mind; Apple has already scheduled an event to launch its video streaming service and news subscription service on March 25th at Steve Jobs Theatre. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar to know more about such upcoming events.