Apple began sending invitations this morning to invite the media to participate in a special event at the 30th Global Developers Conference (WWDC) to be held at 10:00 am Pacific Time in San Jose, California at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
During the special event keynote, Apple will preview the latest generation of operating systems for the four major software platforms, namely the core features of iOS 13, macOS 10.15, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. In addition, Apple is likely to take the opportunity to release a new modular Mac Pro and a professional display.
The design style of the creative work attached to today's invitation is consistent with the poster that was launched when Apple announced the WWDC event time in March. It is also a design that Animoji “opens the brain” and shoots many development components. Some media have speculated from the invitation color selection that Apple may add dark mode to the iOS 13 system.
In addition, Apple is likely to showcase the specific content of its cross-platform app project "Project Marzipan" through this WWDC. For developers, this will be a new trend in iOS and macOS development; for the average user, this means that there will be more excellent iOS apps on the Mac platform in the future.
The WWDC Global Developers Conference will be held for five days. In addition to keynote speeches, there will be a number of themed events and a number of technical development seminars. Apple will also send hundreds of engineers to the site to provide technical support. For developers who are unable to attend the conference, Apple will update the WWDC official website and WWDC's iOS/tvOS application as soon as possible to provide the latest videos and presentations.
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