In mid-March, Apple announced that the WWDC 2019 would take place in the first week of June, and today the company confirmed that, according to the previous tradition, the main theme of that conference will be June 3 at 10 am in the Pacific.

Apple is expected to uncover the latest versions of the major operating systems at WWDC, including iOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15. We can also see hardware products announced, such as the much-anticipated modular Mac Pro. A live stream for the keynote is not confirmed, but it is still likely since WWDC is one of the most important Apple events of the year.