WWDC 2019 is likely to bring ReplayKit to macOS
Developer Steve Troughton-Smith revealed part of the Apple WWDC 2019 program on Twitter that ReplayKit will join macOS later this year, and HealthKit may include the hearing testing technology.
In the Session 6050 arrangement, the participating developers will see the Apple engineer of ReplayKit and get code help. ReplayKit is Apple’s native screen recording API launched at WWDC 15, a new framework that makes it easier for players to record game progress or data and shared features. In the Session 6050 arrangement, macOS also appeared in the list of ReplayKit Labs in addition to iOS and tvOS.
Session 218’s theme is Exploring New Data Representations in HealthKit, which will communicate to developers about “modern storage of high-frequency health data types, access to heart rate data, and a new health dimension through attention to hearing health.”
It’s still unclear how hearing technology works in the context of HealthKit. Currently iOS Health can store application-based listening test results, then shared them with audiologists and other medical professionals as the basis for relevant measures.
The opening speech of WWDC 2019 will be held on June 3, and the current guess is that Apple is considering launching a modular Mac Pro and extending Marzipan to make it easy to develop applications on iOS and macOS. New versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS will debut.
iOS 13 is expected to have an update and dark mode on Screen Time, iMessage and Apple Books. macOS 10.15 is likely to eliminate QuickTime, Carbon and Ink, and end support for 32-bit applications, introducing Siri shortcuts, standalone music, podcasts and TV applications. We will pay attention to related news of WWDC together with you.