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  • - Good morning and welcome to WWDC.

  • Let's talk about iOS.

  • Let's get started with the all new lock screen.

  • You'll notice the subtle depth effect,

  • with my daughters appearing in front of the time.

  • Now, if I just press and hold, I can personalize it further.

  • I'll just tap customize, and now I'm in the editor.

  • Now check this out.

  • I can simply swipe to try out different styles

  • that automatically change the color filter,

  • the background and the font for the time

  • all to compliment each other.

  • Tap on any element of the lock screen to start editing.

  • So let's customize the font.

  • I can audition different type faces

  • and choose from different colors.

  • Now I can also make my lock screen more helpful

  • by putting widgets right on the lock screen.

  • So let me move the girls down here,

  • and tap in to bring up the widget gallery.

  • So I'll add the temperature, my activity rings,

  • and let's drag in the calendar widget.

  • Let's create another.

  • I can bring up our brand new wallpaper gallery,

  • which showcases a bunch of options for inspiration.

  • I can choose a set of photos to shuffle throughout the day.

  • Notifications now roll in from the bottom

  • of the lock screen, as you receive them,

  • and you can choose to hide them throughout the day.

  • Live activities, make it easier to stay on top of things

  • that are happening in real time,

  • right from your lock screen.

  • This will make it really easy to follow that NBA game,

  • track the progress of an Uber ride,

  • see how you're doing on your workout and more.

  • And now with live activities,

  • the now plane controls can expand to a full screen view

  • that celebrates album art while you listen along.

  • Focus has helped people reduce distractions

  • and stay in the moment.

  • And this year we're taking it further,

  • starting with extending focus to your lock screen.

  • This means your choice of a photo and widgets

  • can all be tied to a particular focus.

  • And now your Focus can also carry into the apps themselves

  • with Focus filters,

  • which let you filter out distracting content.

  • Let's take Safari, for example.

  • Instead of seeing all of your websites,

  • you can turn on the work focus filter,

  • and see only the tabs that relate to work.

  • And you can filter not just tab groups in Safari,

  • but also conversations and messages,

  • accounts and mail, and events and calendar.

  • Let's talk about what's in store for messages,

  • because now you can edit any message you just sent.

  • Second now you have undo send so you can immediately recall

  • a recent misfire,

  • and finally, you can now mark any thread as unread.

  • And to give you more opportunities

  • to enjoy shared experiences,

  • we're extending SharePlay beyond FaceTime,

  • and bringing it to Messages.

  • Now, when you find something you wanna share

  • like a movie on Disney Plus,

  • you can kick off SharePlay right there,

  • and enjoy it together,

  • while chatting in messages.

  • You can watch in sync, and you've got the same instantaneous

  • shared playback controls that make, SharePlay magical.

  • - And this year we have a new feature

  • that takes image understanding further.

  • Now, when you touch and hold on the subject of an image,

  • you can lift it away from the background,

  • and place it in apps like messages.

  • - With Apple Wallet,

  • we're working hard on our goal

  • to replace your physical wallet.

  • And now we're making sharing keys even easier

  • with your favorite messaging apps,

  • like Mail, Messages or WhatsApp.

  • When your friend receives the key,

  • they can add it to their Wallet with a single tap.

  • And to let you share keys with people

  • who don't have an iPhone,

  • we are working with the IETF to make sharing keys

  • an industry standard that is free for others to adopt.

  • We've made a lot of progress with Apple Pay acceptance

  • in stores and online, and now we're expanding even further.

  • Starting this month with tap to pay on iPhone

  • millions of merchants across the US can accept

  • contactless payments directly on iPhone

  • with no additional hardware or payment terminal needed.

  • We're thrilled to announce Apple Pay Later.

  • Apple Pay Later lets you split the cost

  • of an Apple Pay purchase into four equal payments spread

  • over six weeks with zero interest and no fees of any kind.

  • And Apple Pay Later is available everywhere

  • Apple Pay is accepted in apps and online.

  • Apple Pay order tracking enables merchants

  • to deliver detailed receipt

  • and tracking information directly to wallet.

  • - With iOS 16, we're introducing great updates

  • for Maps users and developers.

  • You can now plan up to 15 stops in advance.

  • Maps will now store previous routes in recents,

  • so they're easy to get back to,

  • and you can plan multi-stop routes on the Mac,

  • and send them to iPhone when you're ready to go.

  • We're making it easy for rider to see fares

  • for how much their journey will cost,

  • along with the ability to add transit cards to Wallet.

  • And if a transit card balance is running low,

  • you'll receive an alert so you can reload it

  • without having to leave maps.

  • - With family sharing,

  • you can share your favorite purchases and subscriptions

  • with up to five of your family members,

  • including Apple Music, iCloud Plus, Apple One and much more.

  • We're adding a new easy way to set age-appropriate

  • restrictions for apps, movies, books, and music,

  • along with quick setup of other important parental controls.

  • We're also making setting up a new device for your child

  • like an iPad, really simple.

  • Just turn on the device that'll be using,

  • bring your iPhone nearby,

  • and choose to set up with quick start.

  • With just a few taps,

  • the new device will be set up for their use

  • with all of the parental controls

  • you've selected already configured.

  • And when your child asks for more screen time,

  • you won't have to navigate to settings to approve or deny

  • the request, you can now respond right in messages.

  • Finally, we've added a new family checklist

  • with helpful tips like updating a child's settings

  • as they get older, turning on location sharing,

  • or just reminding you that you can share

  • your iCloud Plus subscription with everyone.

  • We're introducing iCloud Shared Photo Library.

  • It's a separate iCloud library

  • that everyone can contribute to, collaborate, on and enjoy.

  • You can participate in one shared library

  • that's shared with up to five other people.

  • You can share everything already in your library,

  • or choose what to include based on a start date,

  • or the people in the photos.

  • For example, you could choose to include just the photos

  • where you were together with your partner and the kids,

  • but we wanted to make it even easier,

  • with a new switch, right in camera,

  • that send shots straight to the shared library

  • as you take them,

  • you can also choose to have the sharing switch enabled

  • automatically whenever you take shots

  • with other members of the shared library nearby.

  • - Many people share passwords and access to their devices

  • with their partner.

  • However, in abusive relationships,

  • this can threaten personal safety,

  • and make it harder for victims to get help.

  • Safety check stops sharing your location

  • with others via Findmy,

  • and resets the system privacy permissions for all apps.

  • It also protects access to your messages

  • by helping you sign out of iCloud on all your other devices,

  • and restricts Messages and FaceTime

  • to the device in your hand.

  • Safety Check also helps you manage

  • who you've given access to,

  • and you can audit which permissions

  • you've granted to certain apps.

  • - Now the smart home is still in its early days,