Apple's WWDC 2018 kicks off June 4

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Apple's WWDC 2018 dates have been revealed, with the big keynote set for Monday, June 4, the Cupertino company officially announced today.

iOS 12 and macOS. together at last?

Of course, the big reason people even care about WWDC is the fact that we get our first glimpse at what Apple has in store for its software side of things.

Apple will also be taking a page from Microsoft's and Google's books and be debuting universal apps by allowing iOS apps to run on macOS devices. In addition to laying out a timeframe for when such apps would appear - reports suggest as soon as this fall - Apple could spend WWDC with app makers diving into how the new tools will work. Improvements to Siri are also reportedly in the works, but when are they not? Past year at WWDC Apple debuted ARKit, and since then, developers with apps in every category on the App Store have embraced inventive ways to engage customers with virtual experiences overlaid in the real world. The McEnery Convention Center will once again be home to Apple's developers from across the world. This year, Apple will unveil iOS 12 and we could see the new Apple iPad Pro slates that feature an edge-to-edge display, the TrueDepth Camera and Face ID.

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