Tim Cook and friends kick off ‘dubdub’ in California, with rumours of updates to Siri, a macOS 10.14 preview and a MacBook Air speedbump
WWDC is primarily a software-focused event, and Apple will use the opportunity to preview iOS 12, macOS 10.14 and updates to the software that runs in other devices including the Apple Watch and TV, and the Homepod.
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Today is the first day of Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC for short, or “dubdub” to friends). As ever, the event kicks off with a keynote from chief executive Tim Cook and gang, where we can expect to hear details about forthcoming software updates from the company, new tools to make being an Apple developer easier and more profitable, and maybe a couple of incremental hardware updates.