In a report by the Bloomberg, it has published about the things which are expected to get a launch at WWDC next week, and it includes details about the things which are not expected from Apple on Monday.
Bloomberg said that the Apple might introduce a new ARKit which was designed to make the augmented reality apps on iOS and it is far more immersive and engaging. The next generation ARKit will be laying the foundation for the rumoured pair of AR-based smartglasses which Apple has been working on for many years.
The new software will know as “ARKit 2.0” internally and the computer which has been planning the new mode that allows the users to play AR games which are against each other in the same virtual environment. The other mode allows the objects which are dropped into an area, and it virtually remains in place, and the features will be a prelude which will be coming from the Apple AR headset which was scheduled for 2020.
The report said that the Apple is working on the refreshment line of MacBook Pro and it is 12 inch MacBook with new Intel Corp. chips, and it is planning a new low-cost laptop which succeeded MacBook Air. These will not be ready till next year, and as per some other familiar sources, the company is also working on a redesigned iPad Pro Line which will come with Face ID, but it is not expected till next year.
The other features might be like iOS 12 new Animojis and other expansive NFC capabilities that might enable iPhone owners to use the devices as the virtual transit cards and other hotel keys. The new feature has been kept for the iOS 13 in which it is rumoured that it will have a redesigned Home Screen which will be used for launching apps and also it will represent snippets of information, will have an upgraded Artificial Intelligence to the photo apps and will have a new file management tools for iPads.
The company is also working on the Apple watches which will keep the overall size of the current mode which includes larger edge-to-edge screens. These changes are said to be some good enhancements, and the new models will also support watch bands which are from earlier models.