What to expect at Monday's Apple event

What to expect at Monday's Apple event

What to expect at Monday's Apple event

This feature is the most significant update that Apple's wireless audio streaming protocol received in this past couple of years. iPhone owners should be happy to know that AirPlay 2 will add multi-room audio to iOS devices whenever the app is connected to compatible speakers.

During Apple's WWDC keynote, we're expecting the company to announce iOS 12, which is tipped to feature more customization when compared to previous versions of iOS.

The event comes a month after Google showed off its latest software, including upgrades to the Android operating system that powers roughly four out of five smartphones in the world. There could also be new watch faces including a Pride-themed one that's already leaked and fitness features.

Apple is also expected to unveil a heavily upgraded version of ARKit, the development toolkit it provides for building AR-infused iOS apps including a mode created to "let users play AR games against each other in the same virtual environment".

Last year, Apple rolled out new iPads, iMacs and the HomePod during WWDC - its first hardware announcements in three WWDCs.

The new features are likely to remind users to take regular breaks from using their iPhones for prolonged periods and provide breakdowns for how much time is spent using each app. It's unknown if they would form the basis of iOS 13 or whether or not Apple could introduce a feature-rich iOS 12 "point" release early in the year.

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There's also plenty of rumours to suggest that some new hardware will be unveiled during the event with some predicting a new iPhone SE is set to be revealed.

We could also see a series of more minor announcements, including the ability to temporarily snooze notifications, track changes on the stock market, and even sending Animoji creations over FaceTime communications.

In keeping with recent years the latest macOS will probably be named after a Californian landmark, following in the footsteps of High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite and Mavericks, unless Apple opts for a new naming convention altogether.

Finally, there's Apple TV which may be about to get support for Dolby Atmos and a host of new applications and content. But those won't be ready until later this year, according to people familiar with the plans. So, it seems like Apple will pull a Google.

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