Here's when Apple will reveal what's next for iOS and macOS

Alonzo Simpson
March 13, 2018

Apple will host its 29th annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose from June 4 to June 8. This year, we expect to hear about iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. Both have been well discussed in the rumour mill with reports originating from Bloomberg about a merger of iOS and macOS apps on the macOS side, and a focus on stability on the iOS side.

You'll be able to live stream Apple WWDC 2018 in case you can't make it in person or afford the ticket price - it's slightly more expensive than an iPhone X 256GB.

If universal apps are part of Apple's plans, there would be no better place to introduce the concept than an event attended by thousands of software makers. The new version, iOS 12, will reportedly emphasize reliability and performance instead of new features after iOS 11's bug-beset rollout. Other attendees will have to pay $1,599 per ticket, the same as a ticket was to last year's WWDC.

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Occasionally the company also uses the event to announce hardware products.

But even those announcements were geared toward an audience of developers.

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