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WWDC 2019: Which new iOS 13, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15 Features will Apple announce?



WWDC, Apple's annual developer conference comes up quickly. From 3 to 7 June, developers attending the conference will attend seminars and laboratories with Apple engineers. What's even more exciting for iPhone non-developer users? Apple will turn off the conference by introducing all the new features in its upcoming software releases: iOS 1

3, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15 during a special event June 3. This year's WWDC keynote press invitations presented a series of neon illustrations of Animojis against a black background. It looks likely that the invitation refers to the much-anticipated iOS 13 Dark Mode, as well as the expansion of Animojis and Memojis to Mac and Apple Watch. Here's an overview of everything we expect Apple to announce under the keynote.

Related: Apple WWDC 2019: When and How to View Keynote

iOS 13 Rumors

While Apple typically times its iOS release coincides with the release of its new iPhones this fall, you can have the opportunity to try out iOS 13 early by joining Apple's beta software testing program. Apple should share details of when iOS 13 beta will be available under the keynote.

Here are some of the new features rumored to be included in iOS 13 (in addition to the usual speed enhancements and bug fixes), most of which were first reported by Bloomberg and 9to5Mac.

Mail

The new, improved Mail app will be able to organize your emails into categories such as work, personal, shopping, etc. You will also be able to mute threads, tag emails later, and block contacts.

iOS 13 for iPad:

iOS 13 is expected to include some new features just for the iPad. The rumors indicate that the iPad will have a newly developed home screen and a new undo / repeat gesture. 2018 iPad Pro is expected to receive mouse support. iPad multitasking will also see a major improvement with the addition of the ability to have multiple windows or tabs open in an app. These new features along with an updated File app show Apple's commitment to creating the iPad.

Messages:

The messaging app is expected to get a dedicated Animoji menu, and you will also be able to create a Message Profile for yourself, with a profile picture and display name, just as you can in WhatsApp.

Keyboard:

Anyone who loves the SwiftKey keyboard would like to hear that Apple is expecting to add a native keyboard. We must also see a new scribe.

Dark Mode:

Apple users have asked Dark Mode for their iOS devices ever since it was released with macOS Mojave. This darker palette of this feature is perfect for both night use and occasionally when you want to focus on the app you are using instead of being distracted by light controls and backgrounds.

Extended Health Tracking Opportunities: iOS 13 will allow users to track their hearing health and take advantage of the enhanced hearing aid integration into the accessibility settings (which will be located in the main settings menu instead of buried in the general settings).

More Siri improvements:

Expect better filtering of ambient noise by Siri, as well as the ability of Siri to distinguish between different voices on the HomePode.

Other Features:

Other new iOS 13 features we expect Apple to announce include CarPlay enhancements (although no details are available yet), Live images lasting six seconds instead of three, merging the apps Find my iPhone and Find My Friends, a new hibernation, a renewed reminder app and less intrusive on-screen controls

What we don't want to see:

5G and new AR capabilities do not arrive at iOS 14 according to Bloomberg

watchOS 6

In addition to some new complications and wise faces, extended health tracking, and Animojis, Apple Watch expects to be even more independent of the iPhone from the watchOS release 6. Apple Watch will get its own App Store for downloading apps directly from the clock. Apple will also release Apple Watch versions of calculator, voice memos and books, meaning users will be able to download audiobooks directly to their watch.

tvOS 13

While Apple is expected to release a new version of tvOS 13, we have not heard any rumors about this by writing about what new features the update might include.

macOS 10.15

That iPhone Life's focus is mainly Apple's mobile devices along with HomePod and Apple TV. So we don't write much about Mac, even though we love Apple computers. Therefore, we are so excited about the marzipan, Apple's SDK, that enables third-party app developers to develop platforms for both Mac and iPad. Bloomberg speculates that down the line it will be possible to download a single version of an app on multiple Apple devices, and that Apple then combines the various app stores into a single device.

Other rumored MacOS 10.15 features we're happy with: Mac versions of Apple's Podcasts app and the unified search for my friends / iPhone app, Siri shortcuts, messaging effects and screen time.

Will there be more?

While WWDC's focus is always software, Apple may want to use the main note to announce more details about Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade Services it announced in March. We can also see a much-awaited update for the Mac Pro, but the rumors are light on details about Apple's premium desktop. Could it be more desirable thinking than anything else?

What do you hope Apple will announce in 2019 WWDC keynote? Please let us know in the comments.


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