Apple's WWDC 2017 date is now official. The company has sent out invites for the event on June 5-9 at the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose. Apple will be featuring the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac devices and surely we'll get some fresh features for each of their respective software platforms like iOs MacOSacOS 10.13 and WatchOS 4. Apple's invite doesn't reveal many details about the event this year, except for the tagline "Technology alone is not enough. Technology must intersect with the liberal arts and the humanities to create new ideas and experiences that push society forward. This summer we bring together thousands of brilliant minds representing."
Apple WatchOS 4
Rumors are circulating on the internet that Apple is considering Micro-LED panels for its next generation wearable. Also, Apple is working closely on a number of new apps for the Apple Watch, including one that tracks a user's sleep, and that this feature would be supported by all existing models of Apple Watch.
Apple iOS 11
Apple is tipped to make sharing and connectivity with contacts a system-wide feature as well and may develop communications, so you can see all your SMS messages, emails and social network interactions with a given person on a single screen. Moreover, exciting features like Dark mode, iMessage For Android, Siri updates, Drone And Indoor Mapping Data are expected to be showcased.
Apple MacOS 10.13
While Apple's MacOS Sierra update adds a wide range of accessible and interesting new features, there are some things we'd been hoping for that didn't happen. Here are some new and exciting features we'd like to see in MacOS 10.13: Conference calls in FaceTime, Multiple docks, Health app for macOS, Dedicated Music App for MacOS and System-wide Dark Mode.