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WWDC 2019 kicks off on June 3 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose and runs through June 7.

The report suggests that Apple could add new wallpapers for Dark Mode in iOS 13.

If we look at some of the recent reports, iOS 13 will bring multi-window support to iPad and enable new undo gesture that would require a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, sliding left and right to undo and redo actions on the screen. Here, we see that Apple's added a ruler and another fine-tipped markup tool that looks like the pencil, but with a white tip.

A new report citing sources familiar with Apple's plans has revealed a number of WWDC surprises ahead of Monday's big keynote.

It has become tradition for Apple to introduce new versions of its operating systems to developers at WWDC.

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APPLE Inc on Wednesday publicly defended its App Store from mounting criticism over its treatment of rivals in a new blog post detailing its functions and guidelines. The widgets are also expected to look better with the iOS 13 update.

The Reminders app is getting a significant redesign in iOS 13 with a large sidebar showing separate boxes for Today, Scheduled, Flagged, and All sections on iPad. "We take responsibility for ensuring that apps are held to a high standard for privacy, security, and content because nothing is more important than maintaining the trust of our users", the page says, noting that Apple carefully reviews all apps to ensure quality before they go up on the store.

There is also a screenshot of the new Reminders app on the iPad Pro. But with no override option and in a world where most people either have unlimited data or lots of it, a 200MB limit really doesn't make much sense.

Apple has been able to avoid much of the antitrust scrutiny faced by other technology firms, largely by arguing that it does not have a dominant position in the many markets in which it operates, from smart phones and laptops to streaming music services.