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  • >> My desk is on the seventh

  • floor, if you need anything, you

  • can call me.

  • Make sure to keep your ID with

  • you because you're going to need

  • to badge in every time you

  • reenter.

  • The cafeteria is on the fourth

  • floor and we generally take

  • lunch about 12:30.

  • >> Cool. This is where I'm

  • sitting?

  • >> For now, yeah.

  • With the big move coming up,

  • it's kind of crazy around here.

  • I promise it's only temporary.

  • >> All right, thank you.

  • >> Mm-hmm.

  • [ Music ]

  • [ Foreign Language ]

  • [ Baby Crying ]

  • [ Music ]

  • >> Come let us in, we need

  • Airbnb.

  • >> This is not an Airbnb.

  • >> Where are we, man?

  • >> I don't know.

  • I don't even know what city

  • we're in.

  • >> Look out!

  • [ Music and Noise ]

  • >> World leaders are declaring a

  • global state of emergency until

  • the app situation can be

  • resolved.

  • >> Selfies, anybody?

  • Selfies, selfies!

  • >> The apocalypse is nigh!

  • The apocalypse is nigh!

  • >> OK. Who wants to go first?

  • [ Screams ]

  • [ Music ]

  • >> iTunes, get your iTunes.

  • >> Do you think we should have

  • gone with the puppy face?

  • >> I just ate this whole pizza

  • by myself.

  • Hashtag too delicious to share.

  • Hashtag pizza emoji.

  • >> Farm Ville 2 right here, yo.

  • >> Hashtag eat the food.

  • >> Brian, looking for Brian.

  • >> Hashtag does anybody want a

  • slice?

  • [ Music ]

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • >> Good morning.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • I'm so glad that really can't

  • happen.

  • Welcome to WWDC.

  • It's great to be back in San

  • Jose, the heart of Silicon

  • Valley and right down the street

  • from Apple and our new campus.

  • It's been 15 years since we held

  • the developer conference in San

  • Jose and an awful lot has

  • changed.

  • But the one thing that hasn't

  • changed is our commitment to the

  • developer community and our

  • ability to do amazing things

  • together.

  • This is going to be the best and

  • biggest WWDC ever.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • Every year, we host WWDC to

  • bring Apple engineers and our

  • amazing developers together on

  • our collective mission to change

  • the world.

  • And I'm pleased to tell you, the

  • Apple Developer community has

  • never been more vibrant.

  • We now have 16 million

  • registered developers in the

  • program around the world.

  • And we added three million last

  • year alone.

  • We've got 5300 developers here

  • this morning, our largest group

  • ever.

  • We have attendees this morning

  • from 75 countries across the

  • world.

  • It's truly a worldwide

  • conference.

  • And we have the most student

  • developers with us this morning

  • ever.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • In fact, one of our youngest is

  • here this morning.

  • His, his name is Yuma Sorianto.

  • He's from Australia and he's

  • just 10 years old.

  • He started coding when he was

  • six and he already has five apps

  • on the App Store.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • I met Yuma yesterday and I can't

  • wait to see what he's going to

  • accomplish next.

  • And while we've got some great

  • up and coming developers like

  • Yuma, we got some that got a bit

  • of a later start, Masako.

  • Masako Wakamiya is just 82 years

  • old and she's from Japan and she

  • published her first app earlier

  • this year.

  • So--

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • So, if you haven't published

  • yet, there is still time.

  • Let's give them a big round of

  • applause.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • Now, let's turn our attention to

  • our four incredible platforms.

  • Of course as you know each of

  • them stem from the same core

  • technology, but each is uniquely

  • expressed and designed for the

  • best experience for where they

  • work.

  • We keep pushing these platforms

  • forward giving you, the

  • developers, powerful tools and

  • opportunities to change the

  • world.

  • That's why this developer

  • conference is so important.

  • Now, we have a lot to talk about

  • today.

  • And I do mean a lot.

  • So, I'm dispensing with the

  • updates other than to tell you,

  • Apple is doing great.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • We have six important

  • announcements to share with you

  • this morning.

  • So, let's get right into it and

  • I'll start with tvOS.

  • We recently introduced the TV

  • app on Apple TV, iPhone and iPad

  • to create the easiest way to

  • discover and enjoy your TV

  • content from across your video

  • channels all in one convenient

  • place.

  • We launched it with support from

  • just a handful of video channels

  • but now, we have 50 partners

  • integrated into the TV app.

  • And today, we're really thrilled

  • to announce that Amazon is

  • coming--

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • -- Amazon is coming to the TV

  • app and Apple-- and all Apple

  • TVs later this year with Amazon

  • Prime Video.

  • And, of course, as you know,

  • Prime Video provides a wealth of

  • great content, thousands of TV

  • shows and movies and some great

  • original content like

  • "Transparent", "Mozart in the

  • Jungle", "Man in the High

  • Castle" and so much more.

  • We are so pleased to welcome

  • Amazon to Apple TV.

  • [ Applause ]

  • So that's tvOS.

  • You'll be hearing a lot more

  • about tvOS later this year.

  • Number two, let's talk about

  • Apple Watch.

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • Apple Watch has had incredible

  • growth this past year.

  • In fact it's the number one

  • selling smartwatch by far.

  • And what's most important to us

  • is that it's number one in

  • customer satisfaction again by

  • far.

  • Apple Watch is designed to help

  • you live a healthier life.

  • And people are absolutely loving

  • the fitness capabilities, the

  • health capabilities, the quick

  • access to information and even

  • the ability to swim with it.

  • We've got some exciting updates

  • to the watchOS and to take you

  • through them, I'd like to invite

  • Kevin Lynch up.

  • Kevin?

  • [ Applause and Cheering ]

  • >> Thank you, Tim.

  • >> So watchOS is moving forward

  • really quickly.

  • And I'm very excited to

  • introduce watchOS 4 today.

  • This furthers the areas that

  • people love.

  • It also introduces new ways to

  • make the watch more personal to

  • you.

  • Let's start with watch faces.

  • Now, Apple Watch is great for

  • quickly glancing at information.

  • And many people are using a

  • watch face like this today.

  • And now, you need to choose what

  • information shows up here.

  • So for example weather, calendar

  • and workouts, or maybe you'd

  • like to look at the date and

  • reminders and sunset.

  • The information that you like to

  • see actually varies based on

  • time and your location and your

  • routines.

  • What if we could actually show

  • you a selection of information

  • that you might need

  • automatically?

  • Well, Siri is becoming more and

  • more a proactive assistant

  • knowing what information you

  • need when you need it.

  • And we've created a new watch

  • face, which is powered by Siri

  • intelligence.

  • This is the new Siri watch face.

  • Now, it automatically displays

  • the information that's most

  • relevant to you.

  • And it can also access Siri by

  • tapping on the new complication

  • on the top left.

  • And it automatically displays

  • this information with the same

  • type of intelligence we've

  • applied on iOS.

  • We're using machine learning to

  • adapt automatically based on

  • your routines and the apps that

  • you use when you use them.

  • So in the morning, I might see

  • for example, can you time in my

  • first meeting.

  • And if I rotate the Crown, I can

  • see more information from Siri.

  • For example, reminders or even

  • photo memories from the same

  • time last year or maybe from

  • this location.

  • And throughout the day, whenever

  • you raise your wrist, the face