What Do You Want To See From Apple At WWDC?

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I will have a wishlist of my own to post this weekend, but I am curious as we get close to the main event. What do all of you Apple fans out there want to see announced at WWDC this year?

We already have a pretty good idea about some things. For instance, it seems pretty certain at this point that Apple will be talking about ARM coming to the Mac and macOS. Anyone excited to hear about that? Are you looking for anything specific?

What about iPadOS? There have been a few rumors here and there, but it’s mostly been conjecture so far. We haven’t had any substantive leaks about new features coming to our Apple tablets yet, but that could certainly change this weekend. I wouldn’t put it past Jon Prosser to spoil the surprise at the last second. Before he can, do you have anything specific you want to see added to iPadOS? I’m saving my list for this weekend, but I am interested to hear from you.

How about iOS or watchOS? Anything new you want to see? How about the new AirPods Studio noise cancelling, over the ear headphones or other hardware that’s been rumored recently? Are you looking for any hardware announcements during Monday’s keynote?

If you have any hopes, predictions, or crazy theories for Monday’s WWDC Keynote, I would love to hear them. Let me know in the comments below or on Twitter @iPadInsightBlog.

James Rogers

I am a Christian husband and father of 3 living in the Southeastern US. I have worked as a programmer and project manager in the Commercial and Industrial Automation industry for over 19 years, so I am hands on with technology almost every day. However, my passion in technology is for mobile devices, specifically Apple's iOS and iPadOS hardware and software. My favorite is still the iPad.

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10 thoughts on “What Do You Want To See From Apple At WWDC?”

  1. Thanks for your articles! I’d like to see iPadOS with improved mouse support and real external monitor support. Also, my iPad is a 2015 iPad Pro. The mouse sometimes goes into erratic mode. Does this happen with your 2018 iPad Pro? Thanks again for your articles!

    1. Definitely with you on monitor support. I would put money down on that coming.

      My mouse and Magic Trackpad 2 does not. What kind of mouse are you using? Have you tried any others with it?

      1. I’m looking forward to WWDC on Monday in general, but especially anything relating to iPadOS.

        I use a Magic Trackpad 2 and a Logitech MX Anywhere 2S mouse. An example of the “erratic mode” is that occasionally the mouse and the trackpad will stop responding to a left click as well as erratic mouse movement. I also have a Magic Mouse 2 that I normally use with my MacBook Pro. I have used it with the iPad and I have the same issue. So, I almost have to assume the issue is with the iPad. Your 2018 iPad Pro uses Bluetooth 5 whereas my 2015 iPad Pro uses Bluetooth 4 (4.2). I don’t think this would cause the issue, but it may make it more likely. I don’t think my iPad has ever been setup again from “scratch” rather that upgrades and updates being installed. I might reset the network settings and see if that resolves the issue.

        Thanks for the information. I’ve searched for those with similar issues and don’t find any posts or articles with the issue. Keep the great articles coming!

        1. It must be, because the MT2 is the best device I’ve used. Good point about the differences in Bluetooth. It is quite possible that Apple designed the initial trackpad support around their newer devices.

          1. There was the header of “What Do You Want To See From Apple At WWDC?” with the graphic, but that was all. I read all your articles and I’ve never seen that happen.

          2. It was an email; the normal way I get all your posts. I sort of figured it out, but it’s really different.

          3. Would you mind forwarding both of those emails to me at [email protected]. Our Newsletter feature on WordPress was actually disabled, so I’m curious how you get the emails for every post. I was testing turning it back on and sending out a post that was already on the site.

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