As for hardware, everyone is hoping to see the final release of Apple's multi-device wireless charging pad AirPower, which was announced in a keynote a year ago, but has been notably missing from any Apple-related news since.
We're nearly definitely getting a sneak peek at the next big update for iOS and macOS (and probably watchOS and tvOS, too), but there is also a chance Apple will share some news about a new iPad Pro, as well as the rumored second-generation iPhone SE.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is taking place on 4 June this year, and it's one of the Cupertino company's biggest events. The company has a new Dashboard for Android phones that lets users monitor how long they're using other apps and reminds people to take a break. However, unlike iOS updates in the past, iOS 12 may be more focused on refinement rather than offering a bunch of new features. Additionally, it also adds that there could be a possible redesigned home screen or updates to bundled apps that were originally said to be delayed. The cross-platform will help solve Mac's app ecosystem problems.
Apple hasn't launched an iPhone in June since the iPhone 4, but it's possible that a follow-up to the iPhone SE could feature at the WWDC this year.
That's because Apple may be introducing a new function that would allow you to unlock your auto and house doors with your iPhone.
China will cut import tariffs on consumer goods,
It will also respond to the threats from US President Donald Trump by imposing tariffs on up to $150 billion of Chinese goods. This statement was issued by United States of America days before the U.S.
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. Here's what we might see. The app selection on the product remains limited, but it's important for Apple to keep working on new features for a device that's the centerpiece of its living-room strategy so far.
Augmented reality framework ARKit, new Animoji characters for the iPhone X, improvements to digital assistant Siri and revamped parental controls are also expected to make an appearance. These changes will be the most notable external enhancements since the Watch launched about three years ago, but the new models will still support watch bands from earlier models, another person said. So, it seems like Apple will pull a Google.
Of course, Apple has kept its software plans silent.
Siri Update will be competitive with Google's assistant, and Amazon's Alexa.