It’s the second most exciting time of the year for the Apple fanboys and fangirls out there. WWDC 2019 is right around the corner, and Apple has sent out its invitations to the press for the keynote.
The company confirmed that Tim Cook will take the stage in San Jose, California on June 3rd at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. WWDC as a whole, will last from the 3rd until the 7th with various developer sessions scheduled throughout the week.
As for what we are expecting to see, Apple will likely show off the first iterations of iOS 13, which is expected to be focused on the iPad Pro lineup. We also we see macOS 10.15, along with watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 announced during the keynote.
While WWDC usually is reserved for software, there are some that believe that Apple is ready to show off some new hardware. After being teased last year, we are hoping and praying to see an all-new Mac Pro, and there are rumors about a new Apple display to be paired with the new desktop computer.
Surprisingly, Apple quietly announced updated MacBook Pros with the companies first 8-core processor and supposedly improved butterfly keyboards. Additionally, Apple introduced a new keyboard repair program which includes the 2018 MacBook Pros and the current iteration of the MacBook Air.
As one would expect, Apple will be live-streaming the keynote, so you can follow along with all of the new features coming your myriad of Apple devices. Personally, I can’t wait to see what Apple has been working on in an effort to really unlock the power of the iPad Pro. Only time will tell, and the clock is ticking.