Apple is giving its Apple TV software a much-needed update at WWDC.
In preparation for Apple Arcade, TVOS is gaining some big-name gamepads.
Dark mode and a rebuilt maps app are just some of the new features from Apple.
Apple shows off the interface for its new Apple TV streaming service, which will include multiuser support. It will also include Xbox and PlayStation controller support for Arcade.
Apple's developer-focused event offers consumers software clues for the next wave of hardware.
From The 3:59 show: Apple is expected to finally unveil the Netflix-like streaming service that will premiere the all the shows its been creating for more than a year.
We don't expect any new Apple TV hardware this time around, but there's still room for improvement.
What Apple's invites tell us about the next iPhone event and what we're expecting.
But in typical Cook fashion, he says he doesn't want to share any details yet.
Love the new screen and Face ID is off to a good start. Apple denies wanting Touch ID on the iPhone X and sorts your brassiere pics with image recognition.
The Apple Watch Series 3 LTE won't always send your SMS messages. Plus: the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are crackling and the iPhone X could be back ordered until early 2018.