New Software Features to Kick Off on WWDC

Apple’s biggest developer conference happening this June 3 will be an exciting one because the tech giant company is launching new software features for iPhones, iPod, iPad, iMac, MacBook and Apple TV to be released this year and in 2020.

In an article published by CNET, rumoured features include the improvement of the Touch ID and development of the 5G technology. Moreover, the brand is also creating important updates on the newest MacBook released last year.

Software changes are expected to happen, with the reported iOS 13 update called ‘Yukon’, which will refine the experience of iPhone users. However, according to some reports, this new update isn’t the only surprise that Apple will be launching in the annual Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC.

Apple recently announced the addition of video game subscription service and streaming TV. Moreover, iPhone users can expect a ‘dark mode’ feature in the iOS 13, which caters to users who are after less harsh screen lighting.

More reports from Bloomberg also revealed a couple of updates, including the new multitasking feature for the iPads, redevelopment of iMessage, making it work like the WhatsApp and the new Health app to monitor daily activity.

Battery life is another thing considered by the tech giant, promising better battery life and performance on other older devices.

The newest iPhone

Besides the rumoured release of the iPhone 11 this coming September, Apple will be introducing a new iPhone in 2020. This will probably be the highlight of this year’s WWDC. Reports resurfacing on the Internet indicates a three-camera feature with reverse wireless charging, plus the return of the touch ID but an on-screen fingerprint scanner.

New MacBook and Apple Watches are expected to come out in the market by next year, with improved design and features.