Apple WWDC 2019 Keynote is set for June 3: iOS 13, tvOS, macOS and more

April 3, 2022 0 Comments

Apple Media is sending out invitations that feature animos have blown their minds. The main event will be held on June 3 and the biggest announcement is expected during this event.

Apple has already announced that their World Wide Developers Conference 2019 (WWDC 2019) will be hosted from June 3 to June 7 this year. The company is expected to announce a bunch of events like the next iteration of iOS, a new watchOS, macOS, tvOS and many more. The company is now sending out press invitations for the main event, which will take place on June 3. So, any big announcement related to the public can be expected on the first day of WWDC 2019. In addition, the invitations sent by the company seem to indicate some of the expected announcements.

Apple has five invitations for WWDC 2019 this year, each with an animoji character. As mentioned by CNET, the invitations feature images of robots, skulls, aliens, monkeys and unicorn animozis. All the invitations show that the character’s mind is literally blossoming and smoke is coming out of their brains. That could be Apple’s way of hinting at it.

One of the most anticipated releases is iOS 13, Apple’s next major OS update. IOS 13 is expected to bring a system-wide dark mode to iPhones and iPads. The visual interface can be heavy on black and gray colors, optimized for less eye strain and more comfortable visibility in the dark. Inviting Apple with Animozis gives the same hint as a neon image in a dark background. iOS 13 is expected to bring some additional features like a new keyboard option that allows users to swipe across characters at one speed to type words. IOS, Apple Books, Reminder Apps and many more updates are expected to come with iOS 13.

In addition to the mobile OS, Apple is expected to announce MacOS 10.15, which may eventually bring the Marzipan project. This means that iPad apps could eventually run on Apple’s laptops and desktops. Other software developments for later macOS may include screen time, new effects and stickers for the messaging app, integration with the Siri Shortcut app, a new reminder app, a new Apple Music app, and an upgrade to the Apple Book. While Apple doesn’t usually introduce new hardware at WWDC, there are rumors of a new external monitor with a reformed Mac Pro desktop computer and HDR support.

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