The introduction of a new set of tools, dubbed "Digital Health", may give some users a fright as it will allow them to monitor how much time they spend on their devices and which applications absorb most of their time. The new version might allow various users to share the same AR content on multiple devices simultaneously so multiple users can view the same augmented reality scenes at the time.
This will enable users to open hotel rooms and auto doors using their iPhones.
Apple TV (2nd generation or later) with the latest version of tvOS.
Second, it also measures only those specific bugs Apple considers sufficiently important to list in the release notes. And there are indications that macOS 10.14 will called Mojave, after the Mojave desert in California.
This development might be an indication of what's to come on the software front. With the Apple Watch, we expect more fitness features, support for third-party Watchfaces and some other improvements.
This sees Apple following in the footsteps of rival Google, which last month announced a new usage dashboard for Android P that will show users information such as many minutes they've spent on each app and how many times they've unlocked their smartphone. Undoubtedly, at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) the tech giant will reveal some of the new innovations in hardware and software which it has made in the past year. Well, if reports are to go by, then the iPhone SE2 may make an appearance at WWDC 2018. These changes will define how iPhones work in 2018 and a major part of 2019.
New MacBook Pro benchmarks have surfaced online ahead of a possible refresh at WWDC later today. Reports have suggested that Apple will not launch any new hardware at the event. According to leaked videos, iPhone SE 2 will sport a similar design to that of the iPhone SE. A Dark Mode for macOS is also expected at the event.