WWDC 2024: A rundown of OS updates making Apple event AI-centered

At WWDC, iPadOS 18 is anticipated to bring multitasking and productivity enhancements by exploiting AI
A representational image OF WWDC 2024. — Apple

A representational image OF WWDC 2024. — Apple 

The frenzy surrounding the around-the-corner World Developers Conference (WWDC) now seems to have blazoned to its greatest extent for various inclusions and enhancement impending to cover Apple's entire tapestry of flagship lineups, including the iOS 18,

With the WWDC 2024 all set to kick off on June 10 (tomorrow), and what might have added fuel to the fire is that the event is going to be AI-centric.

Since cover on the multifaceted Apple event with all its might in one go is something out of grasp, let's reflect and give you a rundown of all that's heading to the Apple's June 10 event.

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Among a plethora of rants and rumours revolving around the latest iOS update, iOS 18, macOS 15, as well as visionOS 2. Being the central software systems of the tech giant, these updated operating systems will serve as a pathway to new AI-driven features with unparalleled potential to improve enhancing user experience and capabilities of their respective devices​.

iOS 18 rumors

Regarding particulars of the iOS 18, Apple might instill more potent form of AI functionalities in this software update, especially for Siri in order to make it deliver more intuitive interactions and improved voice assistant capabilities.

What's new with iPadOS 18

At the keynote, the iPadOS 18 is anticipated to bring multitasking and productivity enhancements by exploiting the artificial intelligence (AI) so that devices get managed, and interacted with, smartly by users.

What's new with macOS 15

As far as the macOS 15 is concerned, this software update is said to brag its prowess on the bases of better AI tools, propelling it to be a better system for performance and user convenience.

visionOS 2.0 features

Last but not the least, the iPhone maker might be introducing visionOS 2.0, a software update for its relatively newer product, Visio Pro. The OS update, once out, will potentially raise its utility with new applications and better support for the Apple Pencil. 

What does WWDC stand for Apple

WWDC stands for Worldwide Developers Conference. It is an annual event held by Apple Inc. where the company showcases its new software and technologies to developers, along with offering hands-on labs and sessions with Apple engineers.