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Apple WWDC 2019, what to expect?

Apple sent out the media invites for their upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference 2019  on Wednesday. The conference is set to take place at 10 a.m PT on Monday, June 3 in San Jose, California. Amongst the most anticipated featurettes, we have the iOS 13 and the latest MacOS along with some new hardware perhaps.

The invite currently reveals nothing about the conference except for a theme or plausible project by Apple. This time around, the invite has five drawings of Animoji characters:  monkey, robot, skull, alien and unicorn. The drawing seems like a Monkey is having its mind blown.

Apple WWDC 2019, what to expect?, Tech chums

Apple has been previously criticized for neglecting creative professionals in the past. It was also hinted that Apple is working on a new Mac Pro. This poster might just indicate that we are finally getting a Mac Pro

Apple WWDC 2019, what to expect?, Tech chums

This skull could very well indicate that the conference will focus heavily on the Apple Arcade and other gaming aspects. The Arcade subscription was last announced in the March event. The Arcade is expected to have over 100 exclusive titles made by big names like Lego and Sega. Perhaps more details will be shared at the WWDC.

Apple WWDC 2019, what to expect?, Tech chums

The robot image suggests about the development of iOS and MacOS both. Also we expect announcements to be made about the dark mode which has been in much demand. There might also be new support announced for the Apple Pencil and more of Animojis. Also rumored is the fact that iOS is getting trackpad support. iTunes might also make a final exit at WWDC 2019.

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