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Leaker ‘@L0vetodream’ Posts Last-Minute WWDC 2020 Predictions About ‘macOS Big Sur,’ iOS 14, More

Leaker ‘@L0vetodream’ Posts Last-Minute WWDC 2020 Predictions About ‘macOS Big Sur,’ iOS 14, More

Twitter Leaker @L0vetodream on Sunday posted a number of last-minute WWDC 2020 predictions. Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off on Monday morning with a live stream.

The leaker’s tweets include some supposed details about what we’ll see later today at the WWDC keynote. L0vetodream claims the upcoming version of macOS (10.16) will be tagged “Big Sur,” and that version 10.16 will offer a “redesigned UI” and “huge update” for Safari.

Another prediction says this year will be the “year of A14”, Apple’s own custom processor. That makes sense, due to the current iPhone lineup is powered by the A13 chip.

Another tweet mentions tvOS and HomeKit integration.

There is also a tweet about the expected watchOS update, which the leaker says will include both sleep and “hand wash monitoring function.”

As for iPadOS, a tweet mentions redesigned Sidecar functionality (the feature allows using the iPad display as a secondary screen for a Mac), as well as “improved and enhanced hand written input.”

Last, but certainly not least, the leaker makes a prediction about iOS 14.

We’ll see in a few short hours how accurate L0vetodream’s predictions are.