2018 WWDC Keynote Wrap Up

2018 WWDC Keynote Wrap Up

It’s time for Apple’s annual worldwide developer conference, better known as WWDC. The event always kicks off with a keynote given by the company’s CEO. This year was no different, Tim Cook took the stage earlier today and invited several others to join him and explain what Apple has been working on for the last year. The big announcements were iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and watchOS 5. These were not surprises, most expected to see updates to all 3. There were no new hardware announcements, and most of the presentation focused on how Apple is improving features that currently exist. For instance, Siri, ARkit, Messages, App Store, and FaceTime will all see improvements later this year. However, if you were waiting for something new and different, this keynote left you wanting.

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