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Tim Cook is recapping the keynote.
Tim Cook is doing a bit of a wrap up. Let's see if this is the end.
Devs in the audience seem to like the video.
Seeing a feel-good video of developers talking about their feelings on learning to code.
"We believe coding should be a required language in all schools. To help make this possible, we're making Swift Playgrounds free." – Tim Cook
Swift Playgrounds is aimed at kids. Related, I'm a big kid. Yay me!
New definition of "Swift Keyboard"
Swift Playgrounds will feature a new "coding keyboard" designed specifically for use with Swift.
Cheryl Thomas: "Wouldn't this have been cool when we were all learning to code?"
Swift Playgrounds uses an interactive world and characters you control through the use of Swift code.
Cheryl Thomas is on stage to demo Swift Playgrounds.
Tim Cook introducing "Swift Playgrounds," a new app for iPad. It's a programming app designed to let you learn and use Swift.
Swift Playgrounds is a new way to learn to code. ... on the iPad!
There are more than 100,000 apps using Swift code, according to Tim Cook. Says it's the #1 language project on GitHub.
iOS 10 developer beta today, public beta in the fall
Craig Federighi talked about 90 second on the subject of Differential Privacy, part of Apple's efforts to add features and respect privacy.
Apple and differential privacy
Craig Federighi: "Every major part of iOS 10" will be open to developers. That's so huge.
Craig Federighi briefly mentioned Split View in Safari, Notes collaboration, and a few other features he didn't go into detail about.
iOS 10 features
iOS 10 adds Live Photos editing and Safari Split View, too.
iMessage apps can be accessed from within iMessage itself. Like stickers, or a food ordering app. Or effects apps like JibJab.
Craig Federighi is *owning* this keynote. Really relaxed, really smooth, having fun. Crowd in the palm of his hand.
Craig Federighi is back to say that iMessage will be opened to developers! Yes!
Messages API and Apps
iOS 10 iMessage will also support full screen effects that briefly take over the full background.
iMessage demo is a tad rough but we're seeing the different bubble options, live photos, handwritten messages, invisible ink, and more.
New presenters Bethany and Emraan for iMessage features.
iOS 10 will allow for loud or quiet bubbles, as well as invisible ink" that require you to swipe away a layer to reveal the message or pic.
Handwritten messages and digital touch in Messages
All emojifiable words will be tappable in iMessage in iOS 10. Very slick.
Emoji will be three times bigger in iMessage transcripts. Emoji will be included in Predictive text, too. #iOS10
Contacts will remember how you prefer to call people (cell or VOIP app). Very useful for Siri calls.
Rich Links in messages
VOIP apps can integrate with the Lock Screen meaning you can get them as incoming calls just like a phone call. Carriers have to hate that. 🤘🏻
Apple is adding geolocation abilities to #HomeKit. Yes! Also, finally! This is a necessary feature in my mind. Will work with #AppleWatch, too.
Craig Federighi is showing #HomeKit improvements in iOS 10.
HomeKit built into Control Center. Devs went nuts
New Home app (finally!)
Apple News in iOS 10 will also feature notifications—I would very much like to see that.
Federighi literally just RAN on stage, not expecting Eddy to end when he did. I'm guessing Eddy Cue skipped some slides after the Music presentation ran over time.
Apple News will support subscriptions.
New News UI and Subscriptions
Apple News is getting a redesign, too, including a better "For You" features broken down into sections.
Eddy Cue says Apple Music will also be redesigned on macOS, too. It was a casual mention, as all demoes were in iOS.
Can you find TMO in here?
Clearly Bryan and I are feeling this particular presentation a little differently. :)
Dave and I posted dueling opinions on Apple Music presenter. She must be coming off better on the screen than in person.
Appel's female presenters are knocking it out of the park.
She's a fun presenter, but her presentation is losing folks here. It's much slower-paced and meandering than others before.
"We're going to pause this because some of you guys are rapping to the beat." Oh so true.
New Discovery Mix added to For You
She's walking us through with The Sugar Hill Gang's Rapper's Delight as a soundtrack. She wants the audience to rap along with the tune.
Lyrics added to Apple Music
New presenter for Apple Music demo.
Eddy Cue says Apple Music is getting a redesign in iOS 10.
New Apple Music UI
Maps in iOS 10 will take a giant leap forward in practical usability.
Maps Extensions allows the process of finding a restaurant, booking a reservation, hiring a ride and paying for it without leaving Maps.
Apple is opening Maps to developers in iOS 10.
iOS 10 will add "Search Along Route" searches. Yes! Also, finnaly!
Eddy Cue pulled up Maps, tapped restaurants, then used a slider to specify seafood. Very intuitive and fast.
Maps gets dynamic controls, pans and zoom
iOS 10 will have a new interface for Maps. Eddy Cue says it will be more proactive. If so, that's awesome.
Maps gets proactive
Eddy Cue is back on stage to talk about new features in iOS 10.
iOS 10 can automatically make videos based on your photos and movies based on "mood" themes. Seems slick.
Face, Scene, Objection recognition & Memories also coming to Photos on the Mac.
iOS 10's Photos will auto build a video of your trip, combining pictures and videos. Looking forward to seeing that in cation.
Photos in iOS 10 will intelligently sort batches of pics by choosing the best ones as a representative sample.
Memories in iOS 10's Photos
Apple is doing a lot to do searches for Photos, but all local to your device rather than offloading to the cloud.
Apple is adding facial recognition to Photos in iOS 10, all local to your device to protect your privacy.
Face, object and scene recognition
QuickType will be much more aware of what you are doing, including following multiple posts in iMessages.
Multilingual typing and more in Siri
Craig says there will be new machine learning in predictive typing, including contextual information that can be provided to you.
Craig called Siri "A huge part of the user experience in iOS." Says 2 billion Siri requests per week. Siri being opened to developers. Finally!
Siri API for developers
New Notification Center ad Today view
New information from 3D Touch on iPhone 6s on Mail, at least, in iOS 10.
iOS 10 has a much more useful Lock Screen.
Earlier Appel Watch demo featured Lyft. Craig's iOS 10 preview featured Uber. For those keeping score at home.
Craig is now demonstrating iOS 10. "A huge release for developers."
Craig is demonstrating Apple Pay on the Web. He tapped the button on his Mac, and then authenticated on his iPhone. Very slick.
Picture-in-Picture on macOS for video anywhere.
Craig demoed pasting data drawn on an iPad into an image on a Mac.
Siri brought her snark
Craig thinks Tom Sawyer is a "power ballad." I beg to differ.
You can save Siri search results to your Notifications with a click.
Siri joked about not having a problem with "the lack of Windows." For the lols.
Siri on the Mac! Finally! Craig had Siri introduce herself.
Apple Pay on the web with Continuity
Siri introduces herself on the Mac
macOS Sierra will have tabs across all apps, baked into the operating system.
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Apple Pay is coming to the Web, this will allow retailers to incorporate it on their sites.
Craig Federighi joked about using Apple Pay on our Macs with a photo of a woman pulling her iMac out of her purse. Big laugh from audience.
Apple Pay on the Mac! j/k
Desktops will be Universal between Apple devices, too. Kick butt!
As Neil Ticktin says: Rhapsody Lives!
macOS Sierra will support "Universal Clipboard," which allows your Apple devices to share the Clipboard. Very cool.
Craig is showing us Auto Unlock, which automatically unlocks your Mac based on #AppleWatch proximity.
Thank whatever diety you like for this.
Next version of macOS will be called Sierra.
and yes, my iPhone still wants to correct macOS to MacOS. How long will that persist? ;)
As expected, OS X will be called macOS. "We're making it so," said Craig Federighi.
This looks better
Craig Federighi is on stage to talk about OS X. Jumping right to "naming controvesy."
Federighi is talking about the name "OS X" itself
Federighi and OS X
Single Sign-on and the Remote App were the biggest hits amongst the developers in the room.
Apple is allowing Siri to integrate with apps on tvOS.
Apple TV will get Single Sign-on for accessing everything you are subscribed to.
Single sign on
Siri can search YouTube
Apple will release a new Apple TV remote app for iPhone. Can be used as a game controller. Also enter text.
My phone wanted to take a selfie, so I let it.
There are now 1,300 video channels on Apple TV. Also 6,000 native apps. Sling app is coing later today. Fox Sports, too.
Eddy Cue is walking us through tvOS.
Lots of new features in watchOS 3, including many new technologies for developers. #AppleWatch might come alive!
tvOS with Eddy Cue
watchOS 3 comes this fall (developers today)
New Game features
watchOS 3 will have a deep breathing feature.
Apple Watch users, take a deep breath.
Wheelchair users will be told "Time to roll" instead of "Time to stand." That's one of those simply things is so powerful.
Wheelchair users, it's time to roll!
Apple has developed Activity algorithms specifically for wheelchair users in watchOS 3.
Smack talk your friends via Activity Sharing
watchOS 3 will have Activity sharing allowing you to show/see friends Activity data. Will also text data for you if you wish.
Activity Sharing on watchOS 3
watchOS 3 will have Medical ID functionality. Also can automatically handle calling local emergency phone numbers according to location.
Call 911 from AppleWatch in watchOS 3. Works through your iPhone or through WiFi.
watchOS 3's Scribble feature works with Mandarin Chinese, too.
Demoed calling a Lyft ride from watchOS 3.
You can press and slide to navigate open apps in watchOS 3.
Activities watch face
Additional widget options in watchOS 3.
Minnie Mouse will join Mickey as a watchOS 3 watch face. Also an Activity watch face and one called Numerals that's gorgeous.
Numerals watch face
watchOS 3 #Scribble allows you to draw letters on your screen to respond to messages.
Scribble brings Graffiti back!
watchOS 3 will have a control center you access by swiping up from the bottomof your #AppleWatch.
Control center on watch
Demonstrated an app that loads data from a server on watchOS 2 and watchOS 3. The latter was significantly faster.
watchOS 3 should make the user experience faster
watchOS with Kevjn Lynch
"In watchOS 3, your apps can respond instantly."
Moving to watchOS.
That works out to $0.38 per download paid to developers.
Tim Cook says 130 billion downloads. "About to pass $50 billion paid directly to developers."
Tim commented on the 100 attendees under 18, including the youngest attendee, who is 9. Camera showed her and her mother.
Youngest developer in attendance is a 9-year-old girl
72% of attendees are first-timers to WWDC
Welcome from Tim Cook
Tim says millions are watching by live stream.
Tim's comments speak to the strength of diversity, and he asked the audience to join him in a moment of silence.
Tim Cook takes the stage and offers his condolences to the people of Orlando
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The announcement to "switch to silent" just came. T-minus 5. Lights dimmed.
And now we wait ... and listen to Beats One
The upper level fills in
The crowd files in
The corrals are full!
Well, hello there.
The corrals are full!
Take your pick, day ... or night! (Pic courtesy of MacTech's Neil Ticktin)
SF is ready for Apple. Can you find the logo? (Pic courtesy of MacTech's Neil Ticktin)
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