"It has become a tradition for Apple to introduce new versions of their operating systems to developers at WWDC [June 3, starting at 10am PDT]," writes Samuel Axon for Ars Technica. "These systems include iOS for iPhone, iPad and iPod; MacOS for Mac; watchOS for Apple Watch; and tvOS for Apple TV and Apple TV 4K. In fact, these are some of the main purposes of the event."

"We've seen several reports showing reliable sources that Apple will bring Dark Mode ̵

1; introduced to MacOS with last year's 10.14 Mojave update – to iOS devices. Only this week, 9to5Mac published what it believes to be screenshots of Dark Mode, writes Axon. is a boon to users who are using their phones in bed late at night or while watching a movie or TV in the home theater, but it is certain that blank screens will likely keep you standard light mode on and off during the day. "

"The big ticket element in Apple's new MacOS release is probably the project of the so-called codenamed marzipan. "The project is an attempt to make it easier for app developers both inside and outside Apple to create apps that can be easily deployed to and run on either IOS or MacOS devices," writes Axon. "The goal could be to unite the struggling Mac App Store with the highly successful iPhone and iPad App Store."

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MacDailyNews Take: Axon's article is comprehensive on what to expect at WWDC. If you just read one, this is a good read!

We are waiting to see a beautiful presentation revealing the new modular Mac Pro, but we are not sure whether it will be available immediately or immediately afterwards. Given new history, we can easily see that Apple shows it and then let the expectation build with a blunt release date for "this fall" or "later this year."

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