image credit: pixabay

Apple is planning big software updates at WWDC, including iOS Dark Mode and iPad apps on the Mac

Apple traditionally shows off updates to its iOS, Mac, and smartwatch software at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). This year’s conference begins on June 3rd, and according to a new report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the company has a lot planned.

Gurman is a reliable source for this sort of Apple news, and he suggests that the company will be announcing new apps and updated software across all of its major platforms. The updates seem mostly commonsense and minor, but if there’s an overarching theme it’s that Apple wants to make sure its homegrown apps are viable options.

Read More on The Verge