Apple announced Thursday that it will be hosting its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 3 through June 7 in San Jose, California. Apple is known to host a keynote for developers on the first day of the show, in which the company reveals its latest software and occasionally new hardware.
Meaning, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 13 for iPhone and iPad, in addition to the latest versions of the software for Apple Watch, Apple TV and macOS for Macs.
During last year’s WWDC, Apple chose to stick to software and didn’t announce new hardware. On the other hand, in 2017 Apple used the opening keynote to reveal updates to the iMac, MacBook and MacBook Pro. It even announced the HomePod and a 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
Apple has confirmed its March 25 event, where it’s expected to introduce new services such as streaming video and subscription news. Though it’s still unknown if the company will announce any hardware at the event, it’s quite possible we may see some, including AirPower, AirPods 2, the rumored 10.2-inch iPad and the high-end Mac Pro — on June 3.