With WWDC 2018 less than 48 hours away we look back at What has Apple announced at WWDC in the past since 2006:

    • WWDC 2006 (7-11 August, Moscone Center, San Francisco): Mac Pro; revisions to Mac OS X 10.5 ‘Leopard’ (which had already been announced) and Mac OS X Server
    • WWDC 2007 (11-15 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): Feature-complete beta of Mac OS X 10.5 ‘Leopard’; Safari for Windows
    • WWDC 2008 (9-13 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): iPhone 3G; iOS App Store; iPhone OS version 2.0; Mac OS X 10.6 ‘Snow Leopard’; MobileMe
    • WWDC 2009 (8-12 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): New MacBook Pro models: a new 13-inch MacBook Pro and updates to the 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pros; iPhone 3GS; release of iPhone OS 3.0 (which had already been announced)
    • WWDC 2010 (7-11 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): iPhone 4; FaceTime and iMovie for iPhone
    • WWDC 2011 (6-10 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): Mac OS X 10.7 ‘Lion’; iOS 5; iCloud
    • WWDC 2012 (11-15 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): New MacBooks: updated MacBook Airs and MacBook Pro with Retina Display; Mac OS X 10.8 ‘Mountain Lion’ (sort of – it had previously been announced on Apple’s website, but this was its showcase demonstration); iOS 6
    • WWDC 2013 (10-14 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): New Mac Pro; New MacBook Air models; Mac OS X 10.9 ‘Mavericks’; iOS 7; iWork for iCloud; iTunes Radio
    • WWDC 2014 (2-6 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): Mac OS X 10.10 ‘Yosemite’; iOS 8; Swift programming language
    • WWDC 2015 (8-12 June, Moscone Center, San Francisco): Mac OS X ‘El Capitan’; iOS 9; watchOS 2; Apple Music
    • WWDC 2016 (13 to 17 June, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium & Moscone Center West, San Francisco): macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10
    • WWDC 2017 (5th June San Jose, at the McEnery Convention Center) watchOS 4multiple workouts with Gym kit integration, macOS High Sierra, iMac Pro announced, iOS 11 with Appstore redesign, screen recording and drag and drop on the iPAD, iPad Pro 10.5 and HomePod announced.

It’s exciting to think about what else Apple could announce on Monday some rumours include a dark mode for Mac, cross-platform applications between iOS and macOS, new parental control features on iOS 12, expanded access to the NFC chip in iPhones, new Apple Watch and more. iOS 12 will be announced and most likely the first beta of iOS 12 for developers. Don’t forget to join us for our live blog.