iOS 12 iPhone Update at WWDC 2018
The first day of Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) 2018 started with a keynote from Apple chief executive Tim Cook. As everyone expect some news on the iOS 12 iPhone update from the Smartphone leader, and new tools to help Apple developer easier and more profitable, also some incremental hardware updates.
“Good morning, developers! #WWDC18 is here, and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on!” Tweeted Apple’s Tim Cook.
What to Expect from the WWDC 2018?
According to Axios, Apple is reported to focus mainly on performance upgradation and reliability with the upcoming iOS 12 rather than visual overhauls or flashy new features. In January this year, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported that several high-profile changes such as the new design of the iOS home screen and a long-rumored merger of the third-party apps running across iOS and mac OS will not come with the iOS 12 iphone update. However, they are expected to be released in a surprising style in the coming years. If this turn of events plays out, it would mark both a serious change in approach for the company.
On the other note, TechRadar’s twitter poll voters vote for the launch of the iPhone SE 2 amongst all models on the first day of WWDC 2018 on 4 June, followed by new mac pro/mini.
For those of us who are still wondering what we are talking about, WWDC is a Developer conference season that’s generally held every year with in June, where the company showcases its latest in iOS, macOS, Siri, and Apple TVs and Watches. WWDC 2018 began when Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage on Monday, June 4th and introduced updates to the company’s mobile and desktop OS.
iOS 12 iPhone update will be the first major update to iOS subsequent to the introduction of the iPhone X. Chances are, we’ll get some new functionality that will be improved to take advantage of the iPhone X’s gesture interface.