Apple announced the dates for its Worldwide Developers Conference 2019: June 3rd of the 7th. At WWDC this year, we expect the standard: new versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and any other OS you can think of. Apple tagline for the event is "Write the code. Blow up the mind." As you can see above, the company created a graphic for it that looks a little like a beautiful robot with its head exploded through Apple's development tools.
This year, many focus will be on iOS 13, which, hopefully, will bring more radical changes to the main user interface of iPads and iPhones. It has been rumored that Apple is working on revamping its "Springboard" UI for some time, and, in luck, that job is pan out this year. There are other improvements to iOS that many rely for as well. IPad Pro, in particular, has enormous powerful hardware held behind software limitations, including lack of multiuser support and confined restrictions on external USB devices.
But the biggest thing expected in WWDC is how Apple wants to bring iOS and macOS closer as possibly iPhone) apps that come to Mac. That work has begun in MacOS Mojave but only in some Apple apps. This year, we hope Apple will open it to more developers, and we hope that Apple will significantly improve what these so-called "Marzipan" apps can do . Right now, Apple's Marzipan apps on Mac have a small foreign feel on the OS as well as underpowered.
Speaking of Mac, we still do not know when Apple plans to introduce the new, modular Mac Pro. A room full of enthusiastic developers seems like the perfect place to do it ̵
MacRumors tags the dates of June 3rd to 7th accurately back in February
As with other Apple software updates, June is a little far from doing too many guesses. It is possible that March 25 of Apple's event – which is expected to focus on Apple TV services – will give us clues as to how Apple expects to work with video-focused apps going forward. Apple continues to improve its software based on augmented reality software, and we'll probably see more of that in June.
Registration started, but as usual, Apple offers tickets through "random selection." The window is shorter this year, however: the registration ends on March 20 at 5PM PT / 8PM ET. It costs $ 1,599 developers to attend if they manage a ticket. Apple says it will offer as many as 350 scholarships to attend this year.