Apple is actively working to welcome lots of developers for its annual WWDC 2018 event. The Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference will take place, as usual, in San Jose only that this time it will be held between June 4th and June 8th.
As we’ve already got used to, the event will be opened by a conference, the famous Keynote, which will be held at 10 AM local time. Apple has just confirmed that they will keep the tradition and the Keynote will happen this year, too.
At the opening, the long-awaited keynote by Tim Cook and Apple executives will be an opportunity to discover iOS 12, watchOS 5, tvOS 12, or macOS 10.14.
But it is very likely that Apple will offer new products.
What to expect from the upcoming WWDC 2018?
Apple, most probably, doesn’t have in store only new software releases for this year’s event since the rumors and leaks are very active lately.
Thus, we can expect the following Apple devices:
- iPhone SE 2018 with glass back for wireless charging, A10 chip for better performance, and, why not, a notch to be in trend;
- MacBook Air with Retina to counter the competition that offers cheap high-end products, such as Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro;
- MacBook Pro 2018 with the new Intel processors of 8th generation (but certainly still limited to 16GB RAM);
- HomePod Mini to take off the disappointing sales of the HomePod that will certainly be marketed here at the same time;
Less likely but it could happen, however, would be to get a presentation of either an AR/VR headset or AR glasses.
Finally, later in September, Apple should present its three new iPhone handsets, as well as a new Apple Watch with a slimmer design and a new iPad Pro with Face ID. That, of course, in the case Apple doesn’t store a big surprise for us presents some of these devices during the WWDC 2018.