Many rumors are circling the internet at the moment regarding Apple’s plans for 2019, one of which being the WWDC 2019 which is speculated to take place in San Jose during the 3-7 June period. Even though the company might have already set the date, it does not mean that you can register. That opportunity will come after the company’s annual developer conference which will provide details about macOS 10.15 and unveil a Dark Mode for iOS 13.
Similar to 2018
If we do a 2018 rewind, we will see that the conference last year was on the same week, but it does not mean that Apple can’t change its plans. The WWDC dates were announced by Apple last year to be in the middle of March while also opening the registration. However, it would be better for you to wait until you hear something official so you will not buy those plane tickets for anything.
What should we expect? More about iOS 13
The macOS 10.15 and iOS 13 might both make an appearance during this event alongside other major software updates. There are a lot of people speculating how the iOS 13 will be like, but we can be sure of one feature, the Dark Mode.
After the iOS 13 was mentioned in a report from Bloomberg, people also came up with renders that show how the iPhone 11 could look like if it features an iOS Dark Mode. In addition to this, another feature that people might enjoy in iOS 13 is a custom Home screen for iPad, the option to tab through multiple versions of the same app, and improvements to file system management.
Are you excited for Apple’s WWDC 2019? Make sure you do not miss your flight for San Jose in case the rumors turn out to be true.
Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News. She covers politics and the economy.