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Behold The WWDC 2019 Keynote Invite

WWDC 2019

I am just gonna say it! Over the years, Apple has mastered the art of tease with its colorful and creative event invites. And the latest one to follow the lead is the 30th annual keynote WWDC 2019 media invite complete with a touch of whimsical art. I mean the invite includes a glowing unicorn!

What to Expect

Just like before, the conference will start at 10 a.m. PT (10:30 PM IST) at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California on Monday, June 3 and runs through June 7. As we all know, WWDC is known as the event at which Apple details the newest software that will hit its devices in the coming year. And what will pop out of Apple’s magical hat this year? A brand new OS 13, macOS 10.15, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. About time, I say!

Updates and Launches Galore

Along with a handful of redesigned and shiny new features such as a retooled home screen, system-wide dark mode (Welcome to the dark side!) and more multitasking options, Cook and the team is also said to be cultivating better interoperability between the iOS and MacOS. If you’re a NOOB and wondering what does that do, then this feature would make it much easier for developers to share code among apps written for them Apple devices.

And, given the precedent for hardware announcements and introductions at WWDC, there’s also a slight chance that a new iPad Pro can be brought out on stage. That is NOT all!  Cook could also debut the updated Mac Pro, which he already pledged to reveal in 2019.

Ya ya, coming to the watchOS 6 update! A new watchOS shall bring with it a devoted App store, snazzy health apps, cool watch faces and more. As for the macOS, we might witness the great divide aka the split of iTunes, and the use of “Marzipan” across platforms among other features.

Time to crush your dreams!

If you are naïve enough to wonder if you could get WWDC 2019 golden ticket, here’s a reality check for you! First – the tickets cost around $1,599. Second – the tickets were distributed amongst developers randomly…back in March. So, approx. 5,000 developers got the tickets, but none of them was you … or us 🙁

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