Apple is going to host its annual WWDC 2019 (Worldwide Developers Conference) in its Cupertino campus. Apple held WWDC at Moscone Center San Francisco for many years but since 2017 it has moved the WWDC event to McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
Cupertino being one of the biggest company has an overwhelming demand for the tickets. Like Google Apple also uses a lottery system for the tickets at WWDC. The cost of these tickets has been $1,599 per person for many years.
Every year Apple starts the conference with a keynote where it makes some major announcement related to the software products. So we have compiled a list of all the possible announcements.
We expect the announcement of the highly anticipated iOS 13.
iOS 13 is the rumored next iteration of the Apple mobile OS with system-wide dark mode. The redesigned home screen and improved multitasking are other attractive features. This WWDC 2019 event could see the release of the iOS 13.
We could also see the launch of Apple new MacOS 10.15,tvOS and watchOS.
WWDC 2019: Announcement of Cross-Platform Support for Apps
A technology code-named Marzipan is being developed. It would help the developers to easily move their app developed for iOS to MacOS.
Apple has already announced that 4 apps are already running on the MacOS. These 4 apps were initially developed for iOS.
Marzipan is gonna be amazing. I know old Mac guard are anxious but this feels like the early days of iPhone to me—poking at the APIs months before they became an SDK, seeing the kinds of things that could be built, etc. I trust Apple to make this the best way to write Mac apps
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) May 3, 2019
The unveiling of iPad Pro and MacBook Pro?
According to the popular analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo Apple would announce two new iPad Pro in 2019. He also suggests that we could possibly see the unveiling on a new 16 inch MacBook Pro.
WWDC 2019 Entry and Livestream
The people who won the lottery were notified on 21st March after the registration closed on 20th March.
Developers can live stream WWDC 2019 on Apple TV or can use the Apple Event Section on the company website.