Apple is set to unveil plans for iOS 12 on 4th June, with the California company officially confirming the dates for its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).
While Apple has not specified what it will launch at WWDC, it has spent years trailing updates to iOS during the event’s opening keynote speech.
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Recent reports have claimed that iOS 12 will focus on improving security and stability.
Plans to redesign the platform’s home screen were said to have been put on hold following a series of major bugs hitting existing versions of iOS.
However, there will be a range of new features to entice iPhone owners to upgrade, with rumours of plans to bring Animoji to FaceTime, group FaceTime calls, a single app for all messaging services and beefed up parental controls.
WWDC is due to run until 8th June at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Centre.
Apple-watchers have previously claimed Tim Cook and co could also use the event to launch new iPad Pro models and the long–awaited iPhone SE 2.