With Apple's WWDC 2018 developer conference getting underway on Monday, we're expecting an avalanche of news about iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS and more, and a new leak points to one of the iOS 12 upgrades - specifically, a new augmented reality feature.
Apple is rolling out its latest iOS 11.4 software update for iPhones and today we are going to cover everything there is to know about it. The one week conference is scheduled to start on 4 June and will end on 8 June.
That's because Apple may be introducing a new function that would allow you to unlock your vehicle and house doors with your iPhone. Earlier on, Bloomberg had disclosed that Apple will be introducing ARKit 2.0, which will enable multiple users in the same virtual environment where they can play AR games against each.
Also, adult users too would be wiser from data on how they actually use their phones and other devices.
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While it's unlikely we'll see a new iPhone at WWDC, the event could be the ideal place for Apple to reveal its eagerly awaited wireless charging system, called AirPower. The cross-platform will help solve Mac's app ecosystem problems.
Apple is expected to preview new capabilities for its Siri digital assistant and showcase other upcoming software features to help build anticipation for the next iPhones. At last year's conference, for example, Apple upgraded almost its entire Mac line, previewed the iMac Pro, launched new iPad Pros and showed off the HomePod smart speaker. Rumours even suggest that Apple could present a new MacBook Air with a Retina display, 10 years after launching the line, which has barely been updated in nearly three years. If everything goes according to plan, the company should release the first iOS 12 beta to developers shortly after noon on June 4th. The previous iteration of Apple's smartphone operating system wasn't received warmly by customers, and the company will be looking to improve on it. The app selection on the product remains limited, but it's important for Apple to keep working on new features for a device that's the centerpiece of its living-room strategy so far.
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