Apple is set to unveil new features and tools from software and hardware with some major updates on iOS and MacOS ecosystem. Apple could refresh its Mac Pro and announce interoperability between iOS and MacOS at WWDC 2019 that is scheduled in San Jose, California next week.
While iOS 13 is a certainty, the operating system is expected to be part of iPhone 11 this year that would have a new home screen, a system-wide 'dark mode' setting along with expanded multi-tasking capabilities and an "undo" options.
Reports suggest that Apple is also said to be "cultivating greater interoperability" between iOS and MacOS.
The report said, "This would ostensibly make it easier for developers to share code among apps written for the iPhone and iPad and Macs".
With the new MacOS 10.15 Mac users could use iPad as a second screen.
Another report from Digital Trends suggests that not all Apple devices would support iOS 13.
The report said, "Those rumoured to be cut off from the latest software include the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 5s, the iPad Mini 2, and the original iPad Air".
Reports suggest that the company could also debut the updated Mac Pro that it pledged to reveal in 2019.
Apple has also revealed its Marzipan project that would make iPads more easier to use as a complete laptop replacement.
(With IANS inputs)