قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tips and Tricks / WWDC 2018: What to expect from iOS 12, MacOS 10.14 and more

WWDC 2018: What to expect from iOS 12, MacOS 10.14 and more

We are only days away from casting our next official look at the future of Apple. The company launches its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, June 4 at 10:00 / 13:00. ET. CNET will begin a live live broadcast, including a live blog and livestream commentary, an hour early.

CNET's live coverage of WWDC 2018 (Monday, 9 am PT)

The WWDC, which will be held June 4-8 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, will be a pointer on the upcoming road will enter the next operating systems and software applications, the Apple's iPhones ($ 799.99 at Cricket Wireless) iPads ($ 329.99 at Best Buy) Macs, Watches, HomePod ($ 349.00 at Walmart) Speaker and Apple TV ($ 1

79.99 at Crutchfield) Streamer. It will also give third-party developers the opportunity to mix with Apple executives, engineers, and product designers.

Look for Software and Services to center in the main speech of Monday – an expectation that was recently strongly supported by a detailed Bloomberg report. This is a big departure from last year's WWDC which heralded the launch of the HomePod, new iPad Pros, the first iMac Pro, and an almost complete update of the Mac computer line.

Read: Apple's WWDC 2018: Forget the gadgets, it's all about services and software

Read: Apple's WWDC 2018 should be hardware-free

You can expect the following based on the latest reports and rumors that have occurred in the last few days.


Watch this:

iOS 12 Preview and what to expect at WWDC 2018


iOS 12: Better AR, "Digital Health"

After dealing with a stubborn strand of errors and glitches that have tarnished iOS 11's reputation – including the controversial "feature" that intentionally slows down iPhones – Apple plans to focus on quality and innovation with the upcoming version of its mobile operating system, allegedly iOS 12.

A January Bloomberg story These stability enhancements would result in some planned upgrades – including a redesigned splash screen and enhanced photos – being transferred to iOS 13 in 2019. However, the recent Bloomberg report says that multiplayer AR will be included in this year's software, providing further foundations for the Apple AR / VR headset with which the company seems to be tinkering behind closed doors if at all, more likely for 2020).

Read: Best ARKit Apps for iPhone

Apple should also focus on a so-called "Digital Health" initiative to limit screen time and device performance – the same kind of Parental controls Google introduced at its own developer conference last month for Android phones

Other iOS 12 treats are rumored. The Japanese blog Mac Otakara reports that the update may include an improved version of Face ID, which provides the ability to unlock a device in horizontal landscape orientation. And Bloomberg has reported that Apple wants to expand its lineup of Animojis . And of course, if Animojis (and Apple's TrueDepth camera technology) come to future versions of the iPad, that support must also be added to the iOS software's tablet page.

MacOS 10.14: Doubling Security

It's not just iOS that was flawed. In November of 2017, researchers discovered in Apple's Mac operating system a colossal vulnerability that allowed users to log on to virtually any Mac laptop or desktop without a password. (This will prevent access if you have not recently updated MacOS.) Therefore, we expect Apple to spend more time and energy than usual at this year's WWDC to highlight security and privacy.

Nickname for the next version of MacOS. Will it be an outdoor nickname hot on the heels of Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra and High Sierra, or will Apple break new ground?


Time For More Faces on Apple Watch

Screenshot by César Salza / CNET

WatchOS: Extension of Health and Fitness Function

Little is known about what Apple has in terms of its wrist-bound operating system, but the latest news about Apple's new round-display Watch patent – paired with reports of a new redesign in the fall – reveals a new possibility. There is also the chance of an extended watch shop . Otherwise, we expect announcements related to the continued expansion of the health and fitness features of the Apple Watch (via the HealthKit software toolset).

Read: It's time for the Apple Watch to get a watch shop

TVOS, Audio OS and Siri: Making Apple TV and HomePod Smarter

The recently released iOS 11.4 and TVOS 11.4 integrates Apple TV better into the Home app and offers compatibility with the AirPlay 2 multiroom speaker function, first introduced at WWDC 2017. This may mean more integration with HomeKit, Apple's smart home platform, on board this year's WWDC. Maybe we also hear more about games and the TV app on Apple's streamers.

  homepod-product-photos-12 "data-original =" https://cnet4.cbsistatic.com/img/IdlNg4w6jOQkjrBvrU_iGRPpC7E=/620x0/2018/02/4/d5f53fb7-49e8-4f7d-84e0-574c3992572c/homepod -product-photos-12.jpg

Tyler Lizenby / CNET

And while adding stereo pairing and multiroom audio through iOS 11.4 gave the HomePod a huge boost, the speaker's software remains seriously missing . We hope that Apple will use HomePod's one-year anniversary of WWDC debut to formulate specific enhancements to its Audio OS operating system so that the speaker can rely less on a paired iPhone and become a more serious challenge to Amazon's echo and Google's Home Speaker Systems .

And while we're at it: Everyone agrees Siri needs a serious overhaul if Apple wants to keep pace with Alexa and Google Assistant.

Read: iOS 11.4 comes with AirPlay 2, News in iCloud

Read: With AirPlay 2, the Apple HomePod Smart Speaker receives multi-room audio, stereo sound

Read: Apple's HomePod Smart Speaker Is Better, But Here Are 5 Things It Still Needs To Beat Alexa

Read: Apple HomePod review (updated with iOS 11.4 Impressions)

Read: Apple TV 4K Test (updated)

What about & # 39; marzipan & # 39;

One of the biggest obsessions of the Apple developers in recent months revolves around "marzipan". This is the alleged code name of an initiative first released by Bloomberg in January to give users a "way to use a single set of apps that work equally across devices: iPhones, iPads, and Macs."

While many assumed that this would mean a world where iOS apps could run on Macs – if not a unified iOS MacOS operating system – the truth could be less dramatic. According to Apple expert John Gruber, the name Marzipan is unknown in its sources. But he says that Apple apparently works on a common toolset that could be used to develop iOS and Mac apps in a common environment, at least to some extent. This is in contrast to the current situation where developers need to design, develop and distribute separate versions for each platform, which requires a lot of redundant work.

Gruber's story shows a less ambitious and certainly less dramatic narrative for a future collaboration between iOS and MacOS – even though that sounds more practical to developers and more technically feasible. He also points out, however, that "it is a matter of 2019" – which means that you should not expect the plans to be made public at this year's WWDC.

Unlikely New Macs, iPads, and Other Devices

Do not expect to see new high-end iPhones or the new Mac Pro when Apple boss Tim Cook takes the stage on June 4th. The sequels of the iPhone X iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are expected as usual in September, and Apple has already confirmed that the new Mac Pro will not arrive until 2019 . Likewise, the HomePod ($ 349.00 at Walmart) entry-level speaker and iPad is basically brand new, just released in February and March respectively.

We were hoping for a hardware-heavy WWDC addition last year, but that Bloomberg's recent report threw cold water on the idea. In anticipation of a short-term change in plans, these highly anticipated hardware updates must wait until September or October – if not later.

MacBooks and iMacs: Updating the Mac Computer Line Intel processors of the eighth generation would be a simple – albeit boring – upgrade. Whether this would bring a major design overhaul – such as rethinking the problematic butterfly keyboards and controversial touch bar features on the MacBook Pro laptops – remains to be seen. The same goes for the MacBook Air, which has long been known to be a comeback model.

Read: 2018 MacBook Air: All the Rumors About Specifications, Price and Release Date

] iPad Pros: Apple introduced a keystone feature of the iPad Pro (649 , 99 $ at Best Buy) Line – Compatibility with the Pencil Stylus – to the new entry-level iPad which debuted in March. The common opinion is that the more expensive iPad Pro models can now be adopted for a revision of the iPhone X design: discard the Home button and possibly add Face ID

Read: iPad Pro 2018: All the Rumors on specifications, price, release date

iPhone SE 2: There are continuing rumors that the iPhone SE is the entry-level iPhone that debuted in March 2016 due for an upgrade of any kind. Whether this is a full-screen iPhone X design (which seems unlikely) or just a specification upgrade in the same body (much more likely) is unknown. However, this update could wait until September.

Read: iPhone SE 2: Rumor Mill, Price, Release Date

Apple AirPower: As Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing introduced this multi-device charging pad next to the iPhone X in September 2017, he said it will come "next year". Although one can not say that it is "late" until January 1, 2019, one must assume that Apple would like to have this accessory before the one-year anniversary of its announcement in the store shelves. Perhaps the announcement of price and availability for this product – along with the previously announced AirPower-compatible AirPods chassis – could be a hardware announcement sneaking into WWDC.

Read: AirPower: Everything we know about Apple's wireless charging pad

  airpower-charging "data-original =" https://cnet3.cbsistatic.com/img/U35ayp4w0LgHGCMty18q7BG5ic = / 620x0 / 2017/09/12 / 02937a84-4f0a-4611-8af2-4a5764b95055 / screen -shot-2017-09-12-at-2-44-50-pm.png

AirPower was announced in September 2017 but has yet to be released.

Screenshot by Alexandra Able / CNET
See you on June 4th

CNET will fully cover the WWDC, including live coverage of the San Jose event and a wealth of follow-up analysis. Stay tuned.

CNET's Live coverage of WWDC 2018: Live Blog and Live Stream Comment

WWDC 2018 : Full coverage of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference

This story was originally published on May 21 , and is regularly updated with additional news.

Source link