Apple is cooking up big software changes at this year's WWDC

Ro, 06 May 2019

This year Apple is gearing up for some big announcements during its WWDC. The source of the info is usually on point with this stuff, so we have a good reason to believe him. Expect iPad apps running on macOS and dark mode in iOS.

Starting with iOS, some of the most exciting improvements is the native dark mode. Since the launch of the iPhone X - the first iPhone with an OLED panel - the need for a UI-wide dark mode has never been bigger. The company also wants to improve some of its services that are usually handled better by third-party apps like navigation, to-do lists, health, etc..

The Health, Reminders and Maps apps will receive major improvements and add new features to better compete with alternatives in Apple's App Store.

Speaking of App Store, it's expected to make an appearance on WatchOS as well. Users will finally be able to install apps on their Apple Watches without using the phone - direct installation will be made available.

And as for macOS, it's expected that the first batch of iPad apps will make their way to Macs meaning you can run some iOS apps on your MacBook.

There are tons of other improvements and features so head at the source link below to read all about them.



Reader comments

  • AnonD-819322
  • 08 May 2019
  • 3aW

Come on. Even Windows Phone had Dark Mode since its release. Android and iOS seem bad when they introduce DM.

  • AnonD-833125
  • 08 May 2019
  • nDx

Make support for Bluetooth mice and change Safari to desktop mode as a default for all iPads. Otherwise the powerful iPad Pro 2018 generation is for nothing.

  • Anonymous
  • 08 May 2019
  • sxs

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