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Each year Apple comes up with its new innovative ideas and new OS versions, along with few developer-side updates and some new fantastic apps.

Apple is expected to launch an exciting new iPhone feature to address a problem it helped create: phone addiction.

A new "Digital Health" feature could be coming from Apple in the form of the upcoming iOS 12 software update for iPhone and iPad.

The AirPower pad was announced late past year but Apple has since been quiet about an official release date.

There's also plenty of rumours to suggest that some new hardware will be unveiled during the event with some predicting a new iPhone SE is set to be revealed.

Whatever Apple does, the software updates likely won't be available for a few months.

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A new rumor is out just ahead of next weeks Worldwide Developer Conference keynote presentation: ARKit is going to add the ability to let two people see the same virtual scene at the same time.

Earlier this year, Apple investors Jana Partners LLC and the California State Teachers' Retirement System criticized the addictive nature of Apple's devices.

Refreshed versions of MacBook Pro with upgraded eighth-generation Intel processors and increased RAM and MacBook Air's 13-inch model with retina display are being speculated. If everything goes according to plan, the company should release the first iOS 12 beta to developers shortly after noon on June 4th. I expect Apple to announce a few features in its operating systems that make them more secure and cut down on the vulnerabilities.

Rumors suggest that Apple is working on some kind of update for the MacBook Air, ranging from Apple releasing a cheaper version of the outdated model now for sale according to former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

The iPhone maker has released minor updates to its Apple TV software, branded as tvOS, annually at its developers conference since revamping the device in 2015. Apart from this Apple has also fixed the vulnerabilities in iBooks that allowed the hackers to bypass password protection. It could also make for interesting experiences in art installations and in classrooms.

Siri: Apple's not-so-smart assistant has a lot of catching up to do to reach the level of the Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa. More significant changes will take time.