May 29, 2017 04:04 AM EDT
Apple will be kicking off their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on June 5 where developers plan to witness the launch of their next version of the mobile operating system, iOs 11. Alongside the new iOs update, Apple MacBooks will also receive an overhauled macOS 10.13 OS. While there is no precise information as to what will be part of the new update, the internet has gathered a detailed list as to what the developer should bring in.
Apple last year, released a refreshed MacBook lineup, with the majority of the models now carrying a touch ID sensor. Alongside the new authentication process, the new variants are also equipped with a touch bar that replaces the iconic function keys, now integrated with the touch bar. The new macOS 10.13 update for the new MacBooks may not be as important as the new iOs version, but members of MacRumors have come together with their ideas for the new version.
A report from MacWorld suggests the opening day of the World Wide Developer Conference will begin with the macOS 10.13 topic itself, with Apple possibly finalizing the new version in September this year. An essential feature that users are hoping for, is the expanded dark mode. Currently seen in macOS Sierra, the new feature did not darken key places like the notification center and Finder.
One user, however, hoped for a secondary display part of the macOS 10.13 update. The working procedure relies on an iPad or an Apple TV which will act as the secondary screen running macOS, mainly benefitting multitaskers. The same feature is rumored to be part of iOs 11 since the iPad also runs on the same operating system. Apple HomeKit is also rumored to make an entry to macOS which will then be easier for users to control home products right from their desk.
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