9to5Mac is on the ground in San Jose, California for Apple’s 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference, and our news hub is collecting all of our coverage in one place.
We’re expecting iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12 — and maybe a few surprises — so stay tuned to 9to5Mac for all the news from San Jose and live from the keynote on Monday 10 am PT/1 pm ET.
We already have a few ideas of what we should see unveiled. Our WWDC expectations roundup breaks down what we think will and won’t happen, and Apple leaked evidence that macOS 10.14 may be called Mojave, include system-wide dark mode, and bring Apple News to the Mac for the first time.
As new stories, details, and up-close looks become available, we’ll keep you updated here (new stories added to top) so refresh for updates!
- Apple unveils iOS 12 for iPhone and iPad
- Apple hits 500 million weekly App Store visitors, $100B in developer payouts
- Apple unveils new first-party ARKit Measure app that can auto-detect dimensions of objects
- Apple introduces ARKit 2.0 with shared experiences, face tracking improvements, more
- Here are all of the devices that will support iOS 12
- Apple announces third-party map support for CarPlay, improvements to Stocks, Books, more
- Apple unveils new Do Not Disturb at Bedtime, grouped notifications, and Screen Time feature
- iOS 12 includes new Animoji characters, ‘Memoji’ avatar design feature
- Apple announces watchOS 5: Podcasts, Activity Sharing challenges, automatic workout detection, Walkie-Talkie, more
- Apple introduces new Apple Watch Pride band, available today
- Apple unveils macOS 10.14 Mojave with dark mode, more
- New apps added in macOS Mojave: Apple News, Stocks, Home, and Voice Memos
- Apple details redesigned Mac App Store with new editorial content, major apps coming this fall
- Apple gives a sneak peek at multi-year project to bring UIKit iOS apps to the Mac
Press area for breakfast before the keynote:
Badges retrieved using a special pass in Wallet that authenticates with NFC:
WWDC scholarship attendees experiencing a private welcome at Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park with presentations from Apple CEO Tim Cook and environmental chief Lisa Jackson — free AirPods included:
iPhone X panorama of Apple Park:
Around San Jose and Cupertino on Sunday: Social Policy, a popular breakfast joint for conference attendees; the van that appears to be positioned to live stream the keynote; and the Apple Store at 1 Infinite Loop (which has a greater shirt selection than Apple Park Visitor Center); and Apple Park:
Badge pickup for developers on Sunday — burritos and black denim jackets with pins included. The convention center will host Apple and over 5000 developers through the week.