Apple’s WWDC 2018 is set to kick off next week, and thanks to a new report, we now know what to expect.
WWDC, also known as the Worldwide Developers Conference, commences on 4 June with an opening keynote, where company executives typically unveil the next major versions of its software platforms and maybe even announce some hardware updates. Ahead of the keynote, Bloomberg has detailed what it expects Apple to show off on stage. First and foremost, we might get some new ‘digital health’ tools.
Apple’s iOS 12 reveal will include a new area of the settings menu, and, much like Google’s coming effort in Android P, it will feature “a series of tools” that will show how we’re spending our time on iPhones and iPads. More specifically, it will help you monitor how much time you spend using your devices and individual apps, in an effort to curb phone addiction. We can also expect ARKit 2, Bloomberg said.
The new AR…