Apple’s WWDC 2019 will kick off on June 3rd

Apple has announced the dates of its 2019 World Developers Conference: June 3 to 7. In WWDC this year, we expect the usual: new versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS and any other operating system you can imagine. Apple's motto for the event is "Write code, Mind in sight". As you can see above, the company has created a graphic for him that looks a bit like a cute robot with its head exploited by Apple's development tools.

This year, a lot of attention will be on iOS 13, which will hopefully bring more radical changes to the main user interface of iPads and iPhones. Rumor has it that Apple has been working on renewing its "Springboard" user interface for some time, and hopefully, that work will be done this year. There are other improvements for iOS that many have also been waiting for. The iPad Pro, in particular, has a tremendously powerful hardware held back by software limitations that include the lack of support for multiple users and complicated restrictions on external USB devices.

As for the rest of Apple's software updates, June is too far to make too many guesses. It is possible that Apple's March 25 event, which will focus on Apple's TV services, will give us clues about how Apple expects to work with video-focused applications in the future.

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