Apple CEO Tim Cook Kicks Off Opening Keynote Of WWDC 2019

After weeks and months of anticipation, Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken to the stage at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, to get the 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference underway.

This year’s event has been one of the most anticipated for a number of reasons. The project known as Marzipan is one of those reasons, with Apple roundly expected to continue its push to make it easier for developers to bring iOS apps to the Mac. Cook and his team is likely to expand on those plans over the course of the next two hours.

Other expectations include the announcement of macOS 10.15, iOS 13, and more. The iOS update in particular is likely to bring some much wanted feature including a new dark mode.

We’ll be updating this post as things progress, and we’ll also be spinning the most interesting announcements out into more detailed posts as we go. We’re super keen to see what Apple has to share, and we’ll be getting early iOS and macOS betas installed as soon as they’re available, too. Keep your eyes peeled for how that pans out!

Now, on to some of the highlights as they come up:

  • Starts off with a opening video.
  • Tim Cook provides an update on Apple News+ and other current or incoming Apple subscription services.
  • Provided a sneak peak of one of the upcoming original tv shows by Apple for its Apple TV+ service.
  • First of the major announcement is tvOS: tvOS 13.

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