Apple had already confirmed the completion of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019 for the week of June 3; now, as expected, she has just invited the press for her traditional opening keynote, which will take place on Monday (3/6) at 10:00 am (local time; 2:00 pm Brasília time) at the McEnery Convention Center ( in San Jose, California).
As we said, WWDC19 will mark the 30th edition of the event, which will bring together developers from different countries who will have the opportunity to work alongside Apple engineers (responsible for the creation of various technologies and frameworks present in operating systems) – all of this in technical sessions, hands-on labs and guest speakers, providing the developer community with the knowledge and tools necessary for big ideas to come true.
What to expect from the presentation?
In the opening keynote, Apple will present the main novelties of iOS 13, macOS 10.15, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 – which should include things like the break up of iTunes, Dark Mode on iOS 13, Smarter Mail, redesigned Reminders app , a new native feature on macOS to use iPads as an external monitor, the combination of Find My iPhone and Find My Friends apps, Siri Shortcuts and Time of Use features landing on macOS, news for Siri, new features involving augmented reality and a lot more!
Although it is not an event focused on hardware – quite the contrary – there is the possibility that Apple will present the promised new modular Mac Pro and its new monitor. However, they should not reach the market for now, being launched only at the end of the year.
Apple has already updated its event coverage page, making it clear that it will be broadcasting the keynote live.
Even if that information isn’t there, you usually need an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running Safari on iOS 10 or higher, a Mac running Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or higher or a PC running Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 to follow everything. Users of other platforms will be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox.
You can also follow everything on a second generation Apple TV (or higher) with the latest version of your operating system installed.
As always, the MacMagazine will cover the entire event with the right to live blogging in Portuguese, dedicated articles here on the website, coverage of the highlights on Twitter and, of course, more in-depth comments on the news presented on our podcast, the MacMagazine On Air.
Stay tuned! ?