Approaching the second part of the year, rumors about Apple start to make the rounds of the internet with incredible speed. Mark Gurman, Bloomberg’s broadcaster predictions of Apple’s annual event, WWDC, made a report which suggests what the event’s announcements will be. Apple is always following a routine when it comes to unveiling their new devices and it goes as it follows: iOS 13, MacOS, and WatchOS are revealed in the exact order.
According to Gruman’s report, Apple would be revealing the next series of iOS, and also state changes concerning MacOS and WatchOS.
Over the years, iOS has grown into a rather strong platform, but there is always a need for improvement, and Gruman brings forth the possibility of such an enhancement – the dark mode. Apple started to implement this option in their MacOS Mojave and it became a success, and because most of the iPhones come with an OLED display, users will love it, especially since it will enhance the battery’s life for these devices.
Besides that, the messages application would be remodeled to look much pleasant, probably concurring with Messenger and WhatsApp in terms of aesthetic.
Regarding iPads, Apple will probably endow them with visual adjustments for specific options so it would look more of a laptop/PC than a tablet.
Two important features will be added to an existing incredible operating system: Marzipan and a screentime feature. Marzipan is a service SDK which enables Macs to power iOS apps, Apple finally seeing a later Mac generation which will include the feature. Chromebooks have already been utilizing the option for some time now.
The company will also put forth a screentime feature which will show the battery time left on your MacBooks, and it proved to be loved by users as it helped them reduce phone utilization.
Apple has gained lots of customers through WatchOS. The company’s developed device has been previously sneered as it had lots of bugs and flaws. It still doesn’t have a separate app store, something its opponents using Android already have. However, Apple will now launch an app store for the platform, specially made for it.
Mark Gurman’s list of predictions might happen or not. Apple might have something else on mind, but until then, all we can do is wait.
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