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iOS 18, macOS 15 and everything else coming from Apple in June

June is a big month for Apple.

It all starts with the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where Apple talks about all the great features and improvements coming to its platforms later in the year. That’s followed immediately by the first round of developer betas, so devs can start testing their apps and making updates using the new frameworks and APIs. A public beta typically follows a few weeks later, often in early July.

Sometimes, Apple introduces new hardware at WWDC–Macs are a favorite, as that’s the core product for developers. Last year also saw the unveiling of the Vision Pro headset.

And let’s not forget the usual releases for Apple’s content services: Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade. Those will continue throughout June as usual. Here are all the things we expect from Apple this month.

WWDC 24 software: iOS 18, macOS 15, and AI, AI, AI

WWDC is a week-long event, but the part we all care most about is the opening keynote. This year that happens at 10 am Pacific Time on Monday, June 10. It will stream live on Apple TV, YouTube, and

During this keynote, Apple will take the wraps off its fall operating systems, just as it does every year. That’s iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS 15, tvOS 18, and watchOS 11. And for the first time, we’ll get a section devoted to the first major update to Vision Pro, visionOS 2.

This year’s iOS 18 update is supposed to be one of the biggest ever, with substantial changes to many of Apple’s core apps. But the big focus is expected to be on AI, with an overhauled Siri and AI features found throughout iOS and its apps. We expect a lot of the AI stuff to be available in macOS 15 as well, but there’s no telling to what degree tvOS and watchOS will be impacted by the dramatic AI push.

WWDC 24 hardware: Macs? Something else?

WWDC keynotes have featured some major new hardware announcements—the 15-inch MacBook Air, Vision Pro, M2 chip, the Apple silicon transition, HomePod, iMac Pro—so we’re always on the lookout for new gear to make some noise during the WWDC keynote.

However, this year might be a quiet one. We’re not expecting anything major, but a Mac mini or MacBook Air with the M4 chip isn’t out of the question. Or we could be surprised by a new Apple TV or HomePod, though based on the latest rumors, either release wouldn’t bring major changes to the existing models.

Apps and software updates

Immediately following the WWDC keynote, Apple generally makes available a beta version of iOS and macOS available to developers (and sometimes other OSes as well). This comes weeks before the first public beta, which is usually released in July.

iOS 18 developer beta: We expect a big push into AI in iOS 18, with AI features in many core apps and a revamped Siri. There’s also new features such as RCS support and a more customizable Home screen, as well as new accessibility features, and plenty of app design and feature improvements that aren’t AI-related. We have a whole article about what to expect from iOS 18, but nothing is definite until Apple makes a formal announcement.

iPadOS 18 developer beta: Expect most of the same features as in iOS 18, including the addition of a brand-new Calculator app. We’re not sure what iPad-specific features Apple has in store for new tablets, but a perpetual ask is for more consistent and flexible multitasking.

macOS 15 developer beta: We think most of the new AI features from iOS 18 will appear in macOS, except where the Mac varies greatly in design and capabilities. We have an article detailing the latest macOS 15 rumors.

tvOS 18, watchOS 11 betas: Not much is known about what Apple has in store for these, only a rumor suggesting that neither one is due for a very big change. And we excpect Apple’s AI push will reach these platforms as well, but we haven’t heard any specific rumors.


Apple TV+

Here are the shows, series, and movies we expect to release on Apple TV+ in TK. If you want to know what’s coming later, check our full guide to upcoming Apple TV+ content.

Presumed Innocent: An eight-episode limited series inspired by the Scott Turow novel of the same name. A courtroom drama that tells the story of a murder that ends up in the Chicago Prosecuting Attorneys’ office when one of its own is suspected of the crime. June 12

Bread & Roses: A documentary that reveals the powerful resistance of Afghan women against the Taliban. A Cannes Film Festival selection and Cannes Golden Eye nominee. June 21

Land of Women: Based on Sandra Barneda’s bestselling novel of the same name. A six-episode dramedy about Gala, a New York empty nester whose life is turned upside down when her husband implicates the family in financial improprieties, and she is forced to flee the city alongside her aging mother and college-age daughter. June 26

Fancy Dance: Since her sister’s disappearance, Jax has cared for her niece Roki by scraping by on the Seneca-Cayuga reservation in Oklahoma. Every spare minute goes into finding her missing sister while also helping Roki prepare for an upcoming powwow. The pair hit the road and scour the backcountry to track down Roki’s mother in time for the powwow. June 28

WondLa: Based on the children’s book by Tony DiTerlizzi, which follows the story of Eva Nine, a girl who spent most of her life living underground before being forced to flee outside and survive with a robot named Muthr, an alien named Rovander Kitt, and a water bear named Otto. June 28

Apple Arcade

Apple releases most Apple Arcade games on the first Friday of each month. Check our Apple Arcade FAQ for a full list of Apple Arcade games and more details on the service. Occasionally, games are released with no forewarning, but you’ll usually see next month’s releases listed in the Coming Soon section.

Return to Monkey Island+: The classic adventure game returns with a new art style. June 6

Tomb of the Mask+: An arcade maze game with retro graphics. June 6

Rabbids Multiverse: An original card-based area battle game featuring Ubisoft’s Rabbids. June 6

Fabulous – Wedding Disaster+: A story-based time management fashion and design game. June 6