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We are just days away from Apple's 2018 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) to kick off.

The keynote address begins Monday at 1:00 P.M. Eastern Time.

And if you don't have an Apple TV, the company also lets you live-stream the event from the Apple Events section on its website.

The WWDC keynote announcements will set the software roadmap for Apple's present and future products in the year ahead.

Here's the link you should use with the Safari browser on your Mac, iPhone or iPad. It's also not a full picture of what will eventually come to your devices. While reports suggest that Spotify might make it to watch which is pretty cool, but something more relevant for the India market might be new watch faces and fitness related features. So, we may see the new iOS 12 for iPhones and iPads, macOS 10.14 for Mac computers, watchOS 5 for Apple Watches and tvOS 12 for Apple TVs.

According to Bloomberg, iOS 12 will focus on digital well-being and improving your relationship with tech. Reports are split on it being the same design with updated specs or a brand new iPhone X-style model. Earlier this year, major shareholders pushed for the company to add parental controls and tackle smartphone addiction among children.

Over the past year, silicon technology has evolved at a brisk pace, and with Apple's MacBooks now looking outdated, it appears to be the ideal time for an update.

Google unveiled similar Android tools at its developer conference last month.

Former Apple executive Tony Fadell, who helped create the iPhone, amplified those concerns by saying adults also are spending too much time on their devices. The upcoming version of Apple's mobile operating system could bring new NFC features.

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That's not to mean it won't bundle any new features, though.

Rumours suggest that there could be an integration between Mac and iOS apps.

We've also heard rumors about some possible gadget launches, including a cheap new iPhone, a budget MacBook and a new HomePod-style Siri smart speaker. We might expect some hardware announcements and improvement updates for Siri and ARKit.

New iOS updates are always previewed at WWDC, so it shouldn't be any different this year.

Despite WWDC's focus on software, some hardware were introduced at the event before.

Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal and the roll-out of strict new GDPR privacy laws in the European Union have finally managed to get consumers thinking about privacy. Apple has since apologized and offered replacement batteries for a fee.

Unlike Facebook and Google, Apple's business doesn't depend on gathering data to sell ads (though it does collect user data for ads in places like the App Store). And will Apple dive further into its own original video programming?

This is yet another example of the two companies cribbing from each other.