It's going to be interesting to see how Apple talks up iOS 12. That rumor, based on a late 2017 report from Bloomberg, would allow iOS app makers to bring their wares to the Mac in an effort to give the Mac software market a boost. Developers and Apple enthusiasts everywhere can live-stream the conference on the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV as well as through the Apple Developer website.
iOS and macOS aren't the only game in town for Apple.
This is the second year that Apple will host WWDC at the McEnery Convention Center. Other attendees will have to pay $1,599 per ticket, the same as a ticket was to last year's WWDC.
Despite being developer-focussed events, these events are significant to everyone else as well because it's at these events that Apple announces updates to the software that powers its iconic devices.
We also expect to see overdue hardware announcements, as none have been made by Apple in 2018.