Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ Tim Cook: Good morning. We're so glad you could join us. At Apple, we're fortunate to be surrounded by people who strive to innovate together to create products and experiences that enrich people's lives, products that are intuitive and easy to use, that have a unique integration of hardware and software, and that are incredibly personal. Today, we're here to talk about three products that have become essential in our lives: iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch. They're always with you, useful whenever and wherever you need them, and are designed to work seamlessly together. On their own, each is industry leading. Together, they provide a magical experience. With one tap, AirPods are instantly set up and ready to work with your iPhone and Apple Watch, and automatic switching allows sound to move seamlessly between any of your Apple devices. There's also incredible integration between iPhone and Apple Watch. Together they provide the convenience of having your notifications and messages on your wrist and available with just a glance. You can seamlessly hand off phone calls between your iPhone and Apple Watch, and you can set your destination on your iPhone and your Apple Watch will help guide you along the way. Users can even get their health and fitness data from Apple Watch and see it on the Health app on their iPhone. These are just a few examples of the unique and powerful ways our hardware and software are designed to work together, enhancing and enriching the experiences you have with these products. This type of integration is something only Apple can do. And today we're going to make these products and these experiences even better. Let's get started by talking about Apple Watch. Apple Watch has become an essential companion. It's always with you, allowing you to do so much right from your wrist. It keeps you connected to the things you care about most, encourages you to stay active, and monitors your health and gets help when you need it. And I've received thousands of letters from customers writing about their personal experiences using Apple Watch. I'd like to share just a few of those stories with you now. Dear, Mr. Cook... Dear, Tim... Dear, Mr. Cook... Hello, Mr. Cook... I'm writing to you from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I'm writing you from Atlanta, Georgia. I am a 27-year-old high school teacher. I'm a senior in high school. I only had the watch for two or three weeks. I was viewing a movie with my wife in our family room... I was having lunch at one of the spiciest restaurants in San Diego... It was a typical summer night. I looked around the corner, and a bear was staring right at me. I was doing what we call a dump and return when I slipped headfirst into the compactor. I was skating on a frozen river when the ice gave out. The door closed, and everything went dark. My longtime friend started grasping his chest. I was fighting to catch my breath. I used the watch to study my pulse, and it was wildly erratic. Things escalated quickly from there. I was getting tired, and I could tell hypothermia was setting in. I go to grab my phone, but my pockets were empty. I didn't have my phone on me. As I was trying to figure out what to do, I looked down and saw my watch. I placed my Apple Watch on his wrist, and I couldn't believe my eyes. An atrial fibrillation notification popped up. Holy cow. Holy moly. I looked down at my Apple Watch, and my heart rate was 187 beats per minute. I drove him to the hospital where he was treated for a heart condition he wasn't aware he had. Dear, Apple, my dad was flying our small plane to Vermont. I was asleep in the backseat. I woke up when we were crashing into the tops of the trees. The plane broke into six pieces, and we were miles away from civilization in the freezing cold. Then, all of a sudden, my Apple Watch started ringing. I forgot I was wearing it. I told my grandma that I'd have to call her back, and I immediately called 911. I whispered to my co-teacher, "I need to go to the emergency room right now." We were advised to head directly to the emergency room. I held down the button and whispered, "Siri, call 911." I dialed 911, and that sucker started ringing, and I was smiling like a brand-new baby. Rescuers arrived in minutes. If I hadn't had the Apple Watch, things could have been much worse. I'm so grateful. From now on, I'll never leave the house without it. My doctor said, "It was your watch that saved your life." Thanks for helping save my friend's life. Since the heart event was without other symptoms, clearly, the watch was my only call to action and my only link to the fine medical care that saved my life. With deep gratitude, Erik. Thank you, Hannah. Sinceramente, Marcos. Bill. Taryn. Sincerely, Dr. Korn. All the best, Shaae. There are so many ways Apple Watch improves peoples' lives. These are the reasons we do what we do. And this year we're introducing our best Apple Watch lineup yet, by far! To tell you more, here's Jeff. ♪ ♪ Jeff Williams: Each year, Apple Watch sets a new standard for what a smartwatch should be. And this continuous innovation has made it the number-one-selling smartwatch in the world for seven years running. And we're so excited about what's next. ♪ ♪ This is the new Apple Watch Series 8. It has all of the things you love about Apple Watch plus even more. Series 8 is beautifully designed and packed with the most advanced sensors and technology. It features a big, brilliant, Always-On display with narrow borders that push the screen right to the edge. Detailed watch faces like the new Lunar, Astronomy, Metropolitan, and Modular look stunning. And it's so bright that text and complications are easy to read even when your wrist is down. And Series 8 is durable. It's swim proof, dust proof, and crack resistant. To tell you more about Series 8, here's Deidre. ♪ ♪ Deidre Caldbeck: Series 8 is designed to keep you connected to the people and things that you care about most. It motivates you to stay active and fit. With Workouts and Fitness+ there are so many ways to exercise using Apple Watch. Series 8 helps keep you safe with fall detection, emergency SOS, and Medical ID. It has sleep tracking, Cycle Tracking, and Mindfulness to give you insights into your body and help you maintain healthy habits. With best-in-class health sensors that enable ECG, irregular rhythm notifications, and blood oxygen, it is the ultimate device for a healthy life. And now, Series 8 brings even more features for health, safety, and connectivity, starting with an innovative new temperature sensor that takes our commitment to women's health even further. And here's Sumbul to tell you about it. ♪ ♪ Dr. Sumbul Ahmad Desai: Women's health impacts more than just women. It also impacts their families and communities. And menstrual cycles are key to a woman's health, so much so that many physicians regard them as a vital sign. We added Cycle Tracking three years ago, and it has helped tens of millions gain deeper insights into their cycles and overall health. This year, we're introducing a suite of advanced Cycle Tracking features, including valuable information about a critical aspect of women's health: ovulation. As always, we build our health features with two fundamental principles. First, they're developed using scientifically validated insights, and second, privacy is at the core, designed to keep your data secure and private. Utilizing the new temperature sensor in Apple Watch Series 8, you can now receive a retrospective estimate of when you ovulated. Series 8 has a unique two-sensor design.