CEO Tim Cook will announce Apple's latest software updates and productivity tools at the conference.
Tonight at 10.30pm IST (10.00am in San Francisco), Apple will kick off its annual developer conference WWDC.
With WWDC only days away, rumors are starting to leak of what Apple will launch and discuss this year. The company will be live streaming the event on its website and Apple TV.
On the other hand, Apple has approved an updated version of the Telegram messaging service, a day after Telegram complained that it had been prevented from getting software improvements into the hands of iPhone owners worldwide.
If you are a PC user and want to watch the WWDC 2018 livestream then you'll need a system running Windows 10 and Microsoft's Edge browser, and the link below.
Apple may also launch a $250 speaker with Siri integration to take on Android/Alexa-powered counterparts.
iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS The next version of iOS which is iOS 12 will focus more on stability and reliability than dramatic, sweeping changes. Given the flurry of issues that iOS 11 raised, the iOS 12 update may focus on improving reliability and performance on the devices it powers. These are expected to be new tools related to augmented reality, which will help developers create better AR apps for the iPhone. Instead, the WWDC has a reputation of showing new software updates to existing devices - which is also a clear path of where new devices are heading. The iPhone SE2, Apple's smallest, cheapest iPhone, is also rumoured to get a look in. Monday's preview could include more on that front.
But, interestingly, there are reports that Apple will introduce a feature called Digital Health, which lets users monitor their time spent using their iPhones and iPads, as well as offer parental controls.
This is yet another example of the two companies cribbing from each other. The pricing has been kept lower to ensure that it doesn't directly affect the sales of the $350 Apple HomePod.
Rumors suggest that Apple is working on some kind of update for the MacBook Air, ranging from Apple releasing a cheaper version of the outdated model now for sale according to former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Plenty of online chatter seems to suggest that there will be no new MacBook Pros or MacBook Air computers announced.
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