Back in March Cupertino-based technology firm, Apple Inc. announced June 4th through June 8th as official dates for it’s annual developers conference; the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2018 – and was rumored to be launching its first major product of the year.
The conference will be held at the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, US for a week-long, and according to online reports, the company will give the world a preview of its future software for iPhones, Macs, Apple Watch, and its other devices.
Starting today, many that won’t make it to the convention center, the keynotes will be live streamed online starting at 10.a.m PST (08.p.m East African Time). Rumored iPhone SE 2 is said to be unveiled.
How to watch Apple WWDC 2018 keynote live stream
The event will be live streamed across various channels. Those who have an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch model (iOS 10 or above) or a Mac computer (macOS Sierra 10.12 or above) with Safari installed can watch the WWDC 2018 keynote live stream on the official website.
In case you have a first, second, or fourth-generation Apple TV, you can watch the event at the Apple Events channel.
Windows users can watch the WWDC 2018 keynote live using the Microsoft Edge browser.
Here’s what you can expect:
iOS 12 with rumored new features including more NFC-based capabilities, and Digital Health tools to help users monitor how much time they spend on their phones, is widely expected to be the highlight of the WWDC 2018 keynote.
Augmented Reality (AR)
AR will be another important focus point for the event — it may announce features that allow two users to play games or share other information with each other in the same virtual environment, while limiting the data sent to the cloud.
Apple also may introduce new ways to help people manage their health and assist apps in the use of augmented reality – the blending of digital images and information with a physical setting through the camera.
Revamped MacBook Pro
The new MacBook pros are said to come with upgraded eighth-generation Intel processors and increased RAM.
Written with inputs from NDTV news