Apple Invites Press to WWDC19 Opening Keynote June 3

Apple Invites Press to WWDC19 Opening Keynote June 3

Apple had already confirmed that Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019 for the week of June 3rd; now, as expected, she has just invited the press to her traditional opening keynote, which will take place on Monday (3/6) at 10am (local time; 2pm Braslia) at the McEnery Convention Center ( in San Jose, California).

WWDC19 InvitationImage: Frederico Viticci

As we speak, WWDC19 will mark the 30th edition of the event, which will bring together developers from various countries who will have the opportunity to work alongside Apple engineers (responsible for creating various technologies and frameworks operating systems) all in technical sessions, hands-on labs, and guest speakers, providing the developer community with the knowledge and tools needed to make big ideas come true.

What to expect from the presentation?

In the opening keynote, Apple will present the main news from iOS 13, macOS 10.15, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 which should include things like iTunes break up, Dark Mode on iOS 13, Smarter Mail, Redesigned Reminders app, a new native feature in macOS to use iPads as an external monitor, the Search My iPhone and Search My Friends junction, Siri Shortcuts and Usage Time features landing on macOS, new features for Siri, new features involving augmented reality and much more. more!

While not a hardware-focused event to the contrary, there is a possibility that Apple will introduce the promised new modular Mac Pro and its new monitor. They, however, are not expected to hit the market by now, being released only at the end of the year.

Live stream

Apple has already updated its event coverage page, making it clear that it will do the keynote live broadcast.

Apple Event Broadcast Page with WWDC19

Although this information is not there, I usually need to have 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 keep up. all. Users from other platforms will be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox.

You can also keep track of everything with a second generation (or higher) Apple TV with the latest version of your operating system installed.

Event Coverage

As always, the make full coverage of the event entitled live blogging in Portuguese, dedicated articles here on the site, coverage of the highlights on Twitter and of course more in-depth comments on the news presented in our podcast, the on Air.

Stay tuned! 😉