It’s now confirmed. The press invites have been sent. The opening keynote of WWDC 2018 will take place on June 4th where Apple CEO Tim Cook will talk about the company’s latest and greatest innovations. While the conference is a developer-focused event, the keynote is an event made to wow the general audience.
Every year, the Opening Day Keynote at WWDC brings a boatload of technological announcements by Apple. While no one knows what exactly the Cupertino tech giant has up its sleeve, but this year is expected to be huge on both hardware and software updates and experience refinements.
This is also the day when Apple will release the developer beta builds of iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12 with the final builds to be released in September. Siri may get performance upgrades too.
On the hardware front, everyone will be looking towards HomePod improvements. While the smart speaker is one of the best ones in the market, it has received lackluster reviews from many tech critics.
Of course, the computing side of MacBooks and iMacs may also get a few upgrades. All in all, this year seems exciting.
By the way, here is a copy of the invite:
Sadly, we won’t be there because the dog ate it. Nonetheless, we will keep you updated about the latest developments during the WWDC. So, stay tuned!