Next week, thousands of people will flock to San Jose, California; nestle into their seats at the convention center; and listen to Apple unspool its vision for the future of software. They’ll get their first concrete look at iOS 13 and learn what it means for their phones and tablets.
They’ll hear more about how the gap between iOS and Mac apps is starting to shrink — albeit slowly. They might even get an early look at some new Pro-level hardware. And since we’ll be there covering the show in full, you’ll hear all about that stuff as soon as we do.
Apple will kick off the show in earnest with a keynote address on June 3rd at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern, but there’s been no shortage of rumors and innuendo ahead of the event. Let’s take a few moments to run through what we know — and what we think we know — about Apple’s biggest updates.