Here is how you can watch Apple's WWDC 2018

Here is how you can watch Apple's WWDC 2018

Here is how you can watch Apple's WWDC 2018

But this year, don't expect news about new gadgets.

Of course, we won't know for sure what Apple has up its sleeve until WWDC officially begins.

APPLE WON'T SHOW OFF any new hardware at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) next week, and will instead focus on, er, tackling iPhone addiction.

Apple invites journalists to attend the event in California-this year at the San Jose Convention Centre-and the public are able to stream it for free online.

Apple has invited developers to its highly anticipated WWDC 2018 event.

Apple's invite for WWDC 2018. This could well be Apple's way to distract users from their own scandal which saw them accused of slowing down their older generation iPhones with new firmware so as to force users to buy newer devices.

The next major update of iOS, the iPhone and iPad operating system, has to be presented today, Apple fans expect.

The operating system that powers apps developers create - iOS - is getting a boost in performance in its latest update, said Craig Federighi is Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering.

Elsewhere, while a new Apple Watch model is unlikely, popular suggestions for what Apple might unveil for WatchOS 5 include the addition of Spotify, new fitness features and a native Podcasts app. Analysts also predict that Apple would talk about its voice assistant Siri, its new augmented reality, and about mental and physical fitness at the annual conference. If you are unable to grab the tickets of the highly anticipated event of the year, or you are not in the USA then you can switch to the live streaming of the event.

The Digital Health feature will reportedly be bundled into a menu inside of the Settings app. According to the source Tekz24, the iPhone SE 2 will be manufactured and assembled in India, unlike other Apple devices which have been manufactured in China by Foxconn. However, the new iPhone will include a glass-back design. A Dark Mode for macOS is also expected at the event.

With so much surrounding Facebook's scandal with Cambridge Analytica, Apple will look to stress over the fact that its business doesn't involve selling users' information to institutions for money.

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