WWDC or Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference is coming up on June 3, 2019. The keynote usually will feature what will be in the next version of macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS. It looks like it will be a good year for the Mac and iPad. First is Marzipan. Marzipan is a project Apple talked about last year when it brought its iOS versions of Stocks, Voice Memo, News, and Home to the Mac in Mojave. This year Apple will be opening up this project to third party developers to bring their iOS apps to the Mac. It will be very interesting to see how this plays out. Other things that may come to the Mac include Shortcuts, Screentime, a way to extend your Mac screen to your iPad as an extra monitor and some things they announced a month ago like Apple Arcade and the TV app.
This is supposed to be a big year for the iPad as well. One very interesting development might be mouse and trackpad support for the iPad. There may also be a larger selection of fonts available with Fontkit. What ever is announced, I’m sure it will be interesting. I can’t wait to watch the keynote and as always it will be a summer of anticipation as it all gets released in the fall.