2012 wwdc keynote

June 11, 2012   ·   0 Comments

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That’s all folks!
11:53 am Thanking crowd! Keynote over!
11:53 am “I hope you have a fantastic week.”
11:53 am Tim seems a little choked up.
11:53 am “And really, I can’t think of a better reason of getting up in the morning.”
11:52 am “The products we make combined with the apps that you create can fundamentally change the world.”
11:52 am “Only Apple could make such amazing hardware, software, and services.”
11:51 am iOS 6, “With two hundred new features.”
11:51 am Tim seems to be bringing the show to a close, going over the new MacBook Pro again. OSX Mountian Lion as well.
11:50 am “So what do you think?” Crowd goes crazy.
11:50 am Tim is back on stage.
11:50 am “And that is iOS 6.”
11:50 am iOS 6 will ship this fall, iPhone 3GS and later, 2nd and 3rd generation iPad, and 4th generation iPod touch.
11:50 am (For developers.)
11:50 am Beta of iOS 6 today.
11:49 am API’s for Pass Kit for Passbook, reminders API, in-app content purchases to buy music and things like that. Transit apps to integrate within the maps app.
11:48 am iOS 6 is a “phenomenal release.”
11:48 am Tons of feature for China, similar to OSX.
11:48 am Lost mode allows you to send a phone number to the phone and if someone finds it, they can tap on it to call that number back.
11:48 am Per account signatures in email, Made for iPhone hearing aids, “Lost Mode”, Game Center friends from Facebook. Personal dictionary in iCloud.
11:47 am Game Center challenges, easy to challenge friends to scores.
11:47 am “These are only 10 of the over 200 new user features.”
11:47 am Crowd clapping at conclusion of demo.
11:46 am Can switch to overview mode to pan around at any time.
11:46 am Looks really, really slick.
11:46 am “Adaptive cinematic camera through corners.”
11:45 am Navigation gives multiple route options, Siri talks out details, tells you where to go.
11:45 am Simulating a demo.
11:45 am Now showing turn by turn directions.
11:45 am Crowd clapping like crazy.
11:45 am “And that, is Flyover.”
11:45 am Can rotate to see city, the building in 3D, city fades in with all sorts of 3D buildings.
11:44 am Flying to Sydney Opera House.
11:44 am “This is not a movie, it’s being rendered real time.”
11:44 am Rotating around a building.
11:44 am Flyover looks insane. Crowd oo’ing.
11:43 am Switching back to 2D, can turn on satellite view.
11:43 am Can rotate and see sides of buildings.
11:43 am 3D looks awesome.
11:43 am Zoom in far enough and buildings with POI’s exist via a business card system with Yelp integration.
11:43 am All maps are vector based, very fast to zoom, can rotate, labels rotate with it.
11:42 am Demonstrating maps now.
11:42 am Wow.
11:42 am Apple has been flying over cities to build 3D photographic model. Looks CRAZY.
11:42 am “Flyover”
11:42 am Kids can even ask, “Are we there yet?”
11:42 am You can ask Siri where you can get gas, and it’ll look for gas stations.
11:41 am Also works with Siri.
11:41 am 3D buildings visibile?
11:41 am All of this works from the lock screen as well.
11:41 am Monitors traffic on the way, potentially even re-routing around it.
11:41 am Really simple, just tap quick route and you’re on the way.
11:41 am turn-by-turn navigation.
11:40 am Anonymous real-time crowd sourcing of this data via iOS users.
11:40 am Can bring up incident reports to see if traffic is likely to speed up.
11:40 am Traffic service also included.
11:40 am business cards integrated with yelp for all sorts of details and photos.
11:40 am Local search also included in maps, 100m business listings around the world currently available.
11:39 am Showing a few different maps.
11:39 am All cartography done by Apple.
11:39 am Entire new mapping solution built from the ground up.
11:39 am Maps!
11:38 am Single-app mode also available. Example given is a teacher administering a test via the iPad. iPad is locked in the test, can’t go to anything else.
11:38 am “Allows children with autism to learn independently on their iPad.”
11:38 am Can just circle controls to disable interface elements, and home button doesn’t leave the app.
11:37 am Looking to make experience even better for children with autism, guided access allows you to circle controls to disable things in an app.
11:37 am Guided Access is next.
11:37 am “That is Passbook”
11:36 am All of these cards are live, and you’ll even get alerts when you have a gate change on your virtual boarding pass. Seems very futuristic.
11:36 am All integrated into lock screen. When you go to starbucks, your card appears on lock screen, swiping across brings it up.
11:36 am When you delete a card it has a shredding animation.
11:35 am Amtrak boarding passes, United boarding pass, two of them grouped together. Coupon for Target. Express checkin card at hotel.
11:35 am Starbucks card even shows balance.
11:35 am Bringing up Fandango ticket, ticket for Giant’s game, Starbucks store card.
11:35 am Demonstrating passbook.
11:34 am So your ticket pops up when you arrive at the movie theater.
11:34 am Really easy for developers, integrates into lock screen, seems to be GPS enabled.
11:34 am Looks really slick.
11:34 am Prevents fumbling around to find these tickets inside of each of the apps. Passbook combines them and looks like a virtual wallet of sorts.
11:34 am Movie ticket apps too.
11:33 am Also store cards like the Starbucks app.
11:33 am Handles tickets and boarding passes.
11:33 am Passbook?
11:33 am Pull to refresh!
11:33 am Easier to insert photo and video inside of the Mail app, and you can open password protected docs.
11:32 am Flagged mailbox available as well.
11:32 am VIP allows you to mark someone as a VIP, when you get an email from a VIP, new emails from that person show up like a text message on lock screen. VIP emails are starred and there’s even a VIP mailbox.
11:32 am Enhancements to Mail.
11:31 am This also goes to the Mac via iPhoto, Aperture, web browser, and Apple TV.
11:31 am Friends get push notification with photos, appears in album in the photos app, and everyone can comment on photos.
11:31 am Easy way to share photos with friends, choose photos, choose friends, and you’re done.
11:31 am iOS 6 adds shared photo streams.
11:30 am Photo Stream up next.
11:30 am Full-screen support in landscape on the iPhone in Safari.
11:30 am Web site can even tell the app what the person was doing, so you can pick up where you left off.
11:30 am Tapping banner takes them to the store to download the app. If app is already installed, tapping it switches to app.
11:29 am Smart app banners, if someone goes to your web site, you can notify users of your app in the App Store.
11:29 am “Smart app banners”
11:29 am Photo uploads finally available inside of Safari.
11:29 am Adding offline reading list as well.
11:28 am Adding iCloud tabs.
11:28 am 2/3 of all mobile web traffic comes from Safari on iOS.
11:28 am Safari next.
11:28 am iMessage via Phone number also goes to iPad and Mac.
11:28 am Phone number and Apple ID are unified in iOS 6. If someone calls you with phone number via FaceTime, you can answer on iOS device or on Mac.
11:27 am iOS 6 has FaceTime via Cellular.
11:27 am …One catch, only works over WiFi.
11:27 am FaceTime next.
11:27 am Slider for repeated calls, second call can come through when turned on if someone calls again inside of 3 minutes.
11:26 am For notifications and things. You can even schedule this. Fine-tune who you get phone calls from, like Favorites or contacts groups.
11:26 am When on, it’ll never light up the screen or make a sound.
11:26 am Slider in settings.
11:26 am Do Not Disturb mode.
11:25 am Reminders also have canned functions, like reminding you when you leave.
11:25 am “Reply with a message” has canned messages like “I’m on my way” or can be custom.
11:25 am Phone app now has a button next to slide to answer, you can slide up to reply with a message or add a reminder to call back later.
11:24 am Phone app getting enhanced.
11:24 am Also coming to the Mac.
11:24 am Windows-phone like but with an iOS spin.
11:24 am Seems almost Windows-phone like. Events show up in Calendars.
11:24 am Friends sharing contacts on Facebook automatically shows up in contacts.
11:24 am Facebook integrated to the App Store, can “Like” apps and see which apps, music, TV, and movies your friends like.
11:23 am Facebook support is a public API, easy to integrate.
11:23 am Facebook gets Siri support, you can just talk to post to Facebook.
11:23 am Twitter and Facebook integrated into notification center, buttons for both tweets and status updates.
11:22 am Really easy to post to Facebook, looks similar to current tweet functionality.
11:22 am Facebook integrated with iOS 6, login system-wide like Twitter.
11:22 am “Working very closely with Facebook.”
11:22 am Next: Facebook integration.
11:22 am “Just a few of the enhancements for Siri in iOS 6.”
11:21 am Showing Chinese local search. Siri is even coming to the new iPad.
11:21 am Local search which was US-only in iOS 5 is coming around the world.
11:21 am Each language gets a weird scream from different parts of the audience. Mandarin, Cantonese, too.
11:20 am Siri going much more international. iOS 6 adding English and French for Canada. Scott says, “Eh”, crowd laughs. Spanish for Spain, Mexico, and US. Italian coming too. Korean.
11:20 am BMW, GM, Mercedes, Toyota, Honda, etc committed to Siri integration in next 12 months.
11:19 am It doesn’t even light up the screen of the iPhone when you hit this button.
11:19 am Working with car manufacturers to have a Siri button on steering wheel.
11:19 am New feature: “Eyes Free”?
11:19 am Spanish La Liga even shows up in the text cloud of features.
11:19 am Both pro and college sports can be asked about, Hockey and Soccer too.
11:18 am Imangi’s Temple Run loads up.
11:18 am “Play Temple Run”
11:18 am Siri can also launch apps!
11:18 am Brings up all sorts of movies, with rotten tomatoes rating as well.
11:17 am Showed a few seconds of Avengers trailer. “Show me movies starring Scarlett Johansson.”
11:17 am Siri responds with movie schedule, it shows rotten tomatoes rating too. Can tap to watch the trailer.
11:16 am Siri knows about movies. “What movies are playing at the metreon?” (Local theater in SF here.)
11:16 am Tapping hands off to the Yelp app. Reservations via OpenTable. Hands off to OpenTable app.
11:16 am Can even make reservations, partnered with Yelp for in-Siri reviews.
11:16 am Lots more information shown when asked about restaurants.
11:15 am Siri knows a lot more about restaurants too.
11:15 am No mention of soccer… ;)
11:15 am Asked about Football schedule, Siri responds with complete schedule for a team.
11:15 am Siri knows about Football (american) as well.
11:15 am Shows chart with tons of stats. Siri even is able to tell if Lebron or Kobe is taller when asked.
11:14 am Can even ask about standings, “What are the National League standings?”
11:14 am Display looks like a baseball card.
11:14 am Complete with details. Can even ask about individual players, asking about a player’s batting average.
11:13 am Siri responds with score.
11:13 am Siri now knows a ton about sports. “What was the score of the last Giants game?”
11:13 am Showing what Siri can do in iOS 6.
11:13 am Siri out for 8 months, does “so much.”
11:12 am 200 new features, significant enhancements to Siri.
11:12 am iOS 6.
11:12 am Every year brings a new OS, and this year is no exception.
11:12 am 75% of customers check “very satisfied.” Less than 50% for competition.
11:11 am Game Center, 130m accounts, 5b scores per week, and it’s in 67 of the top 100 games.
11:11 am Twitter, 3x growth in iOS users, 10b tweets from iOS 5, 47% of photos from iOS 5.
11:11 am iMessage, 140m iMessages users, 150b messages sent, 1b+ per day.
11:10 am 84 of the top 100 social apps using push notifications. 7 billion notifications sent PER DAY. 1.5 trillion notifications sent so far.
11:10 am 2.3 takes the largest slice. 4.0 released about the same time as iOS 5, 7% running latest version.
11:09 am Compared to competition, showing Android pie chart.
11:09 am 80% of customers are running iOS5.
11:09 am 365m iOS devices sold through the end of March.
11:09 am Scott is coming for an update on iOS.
11:08 am “That’s Mountain Lion.”
11:08 am New Macs bought starting today, update to Mountain Lion will be free. WWDC devs get near-final developer preview today.
11:08 am Price good for upgrades all the way back to Snow Leopard. One purchase updates all your personal Macs.
11:07 am Mountain Lion… $19.99!
11:07 am Delivering next month via the Mac App Store.
11:07 am Over 1700 new APIs for developers in Mountain Lion.
11:07 am Very easy to set up your Mac with Chinese email services.
11:07 am Safari getting new search provider, and system-wide sharing getting Chinese services.
11:06 am Greatly improving Chinese input method, new Chinese dictionary, 8 new Chinese fonts.
11:06 am Features for China also getting added.
11:06 am Mail VIPs where new messages will show up as notifications, Gatekeeper, Offline reading list, and all sorts of other stuff.
11:05 am “This is just a quick overview of Mountain Lion.”
11:05 am Looks like a drag racing game where you control shifting.
11:05 am Game has licensed cars, Ford GT and a BMW.
11:04 am Pseudo-stig playing CSR Racing from Natural Motion on his iPad, challenges Craig via Game Center.
11:04 am Or someone who is stig-like?
11:04 am CSR Racing, the Stig from Top Gear takes the stage?
11:03 am Showing demo streamed via AirPlay.
11:03 am Showing MacBook display and AppleTV output, easy to get mirroring going.
11:03 am Now demonstrating AirPlay and GameCenter.
11:03 am Supports both turn-based and head to head gaming. Mac to Mac, or cross platform iOS to Mac via Game Center.
11:02 am Looks very similar to the iOS Game Center, uses the same account, same friends, achievements, etc.
11:02 am Game Center also coming.
11:02 am Showing how easy it is to get going via the AirPlay menubar icon, automagically sends 1080p. Can also send audio to AirPlay stereo speakers.
11:01 am AirPlay Mirroring up next.
11:01 am Silent, power efficient, compatible with recent MacBook Air (2nd gen) and the new Retina MacBook Pro.
11:01 am When you bring your Mac home, plug it in to charge, it’ll even back up to Time Capsule and download updates automatically.
11:00 am Power Nap keeps your mac up to date while it sleeps, fetching email, reminder and calendar updates, and will even handle your photo stream.
11:00 am “Power Nap” – New feature.
10:59 am Dictation is very fast.
10:59 am Can tweet direct from notification center… And even then use dictation.
10:59 am Notifications also support internet services such as Twitter. Specifically mentions Twitter mentions, DMs, etc.
10:59 am Two finger swipe brings out notification center, and you can see all your messages. Clicking on any of the notifications brings you right to where you need to go.
10:58 am Then if someone responds, it appears as a notification which will pop up then slide away.
10:58 am Sharing also works in full-screen apps, you can be in full screen iPhoto, then share direct to messages without dropping focus in iPhoto.
10:57 am Showing how simple it is to share now, tweeting a National Geographic link.
10:57 am Showing how multitouch gestures work for zooming, zooming out further pulls you into tab fiew where you can swipe across tabs via multitouch gestures. Pinching back out selects one. Very, very iPad-like.
10:56 am Looks super handy.
10:56 am Showing how easy it is to open tabs in iCloud tabs.
10:56 am New scrolling, built on core animation. “Smooth and lightning fast.”
10:56 am “Lightning fast page loading.”
10:56 am Demonstrating.
10:55 am “Fantastic new feature” tab view, using gestures to navigate tabs.
10:55 am iCloud tabs show all the pages you have open across all devices.
10:55 am Can just search right in the browser address bar.
10:54 am New unified smart search field.
10:54 am “Fastest javascript engine of any browser on the planet.”
10:54 am New Safari up next.
10:54 am The logins for these sharing services are saved system-wide.
10:54 am Any image you can quick look, for instance, can be sent to Flickr.
10:54 am Sharing is built in system wide.
10:53 am Easier than ever to share within OSX apps, can tweet from Safari.
10:53 am Next is Sharing.
10:53 am Built into OSX, so it works everywhere. “You can talk into Facebook if you want.”
10:53 am Everywhere on your Mac where you can type, you can talk.
10:53 am Dictation is coming to the Mac.
10:52 am Notification Center has a switch to turn off notifications, and if you connect to a projector it gets disabled automatically.
10:52 am Looks a lot like Growl.
10:51 am Showing how all the apps have different notifications currently in OSX, everything now is replaced with iOS-style banners and alerts.
10:51 am Notification Center.
10:51 am Pages works the same, showing how everything also shows up on your phone. Changes are updated in real-time. Replaced a photo on the iPhone, and the Mac version updated a few seconds later.
10:50 am You can drag things into the document library very easily.
10:50 am Document library shown, like iPad.
10:50 am Documents in the cloud demo, opens Numbers.
10:49 am “Other legacy chat services” …crowd laughs
10:49 am Going over how it works, which will be familiar to any Messages beta user.
10:49 am Messages brings iMessage to the Mac.
10:49 am Notes app looks just like it does on the iPad.
10:48 am Notes goes from Mail to its own app, also sync’d via iCloud. Supports images and links.
10:48 am Mac gains location based reminder support as well.
10:48 am Showing how Reminders works, looks a lot like the iOS app. Even has multitouch.
10:47 am Giving quick demo now.
10:47 am Developer SDK also available.
10:47 am Docs in the cloud available on all Apple apps that use documents.
10:47 am Simple new way to access and organize documents. Pages documents looks a lot like the Pages iPad app.
10:46 am Document-based apps getting support via “Documents in the Cloud.”
10:46 am Messages, Reminders, and Notes all iCloud enabled as well.
10:46 am All of your content is up to date across all devices.
10:46 am Mountain Lion has iCloud support built right in. Apple apps are configured automatically via iCloud.
10:46 am iCloud. 125m iCloud users.
10:45 am Interface optimized for multitouch trackpads and mice while making it more natural than ever to work with the devices in our lives. Over 200 new features, detailing 8.
10:45 am Mountain Lion!
10:45 am 40% of OSX users are running Lion, number hit in 9 months. Windows 7 took 27 months to get to the same level.
10:45 am 26m copies shipped, best selling release ever.
10:44 am Mac installbase is currently 66m. Lion first release distributed electronically.
10:44 am 8th major release of OSX.
10:44 am OSX next, Craig taking the stage.
10:44 am This new laptop is described as “the new flagship”
10:43 am “That completes our notebook lineup.”
10:43 am …SHIPS TODAY.
10:43 am Meets tons of environmental checklist points.
10:43 am Doesn’t seem to be going over BTO options.
10:42 am Starting configuration, 15.4″, 2.3Ghz processor, 8GB RAM, GT 650M 1GB, 256GB flash… $2199
10:42 am Video over, lights coming back up. Phil back on stage.
10:41 am “No other notebook comes close to this type of performance.”
10:41 am Final Cut Pro 10 takes “full advantage” streaming 9 camera views.
10:41 am Going over Aperture, “Total game changer.” on the Retina display.
10:40 am New venting system.
10:40 am Fan blades are designed to make the computer quieter.
10:40 am The thermal system operates in a way that’s nearly imperceptible to the user?
10:39 am The display is actually built into the unibody.
10:39 am Extreme levels of performance, remarkably portable.
10:38 am Talking about how much faster flash memory is, all the other fast specs, “end up with a machine that’s incredibly responsive.”
10:37 am Showing photos, typography, etc.
10:37 am The video is basically going over everything Phil just talked about.
10:37 am “The very best computer that we’ve ever built.”
10:36 am Video is showing Apple staff in sort of a typical Apple video about changing things and opening up a new world of design.
10:36 am Video coming up!
10:36 am “Best stereo speakers ever put into a desktop or notebook computer.”
10:36 am Facetime HD camera, DUAL Mics, beam forming?
10:35 am Glass multitouch trackpad onboard, backlit keyboard, 802.11n WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0
10:35 am Firewire 800 to thunderbolt adapter, and gigabit ethernet adapters coming.
10:35 am Also Thunderbolt camera.
10:35 am Showing an external Thunderbolt drive.
10:34 am MagSafe 2, two Thunderbolt ports, another USB3/2, and headphone jack on other side.
10:34 am Ports: SD slot, HDMI, USB3 USB2 combo ports on one side.
10:34 am Up to 7 hours of battery, 30 days of standby.
10:33 am Built around flash storage, 768GB max.
10:33 am Next-gen Kepler graphics, GT 650M with 1GB of VRAM
10:33 am Up to 16GB of 1600Mhz RAM.
10:33 am Fastest quad-core processors onboard, up to 2.7Ghz.
10:32 am Showing internals, batteries take up a huge amount of space.
10:32 am “Inside is just as amazing as the display.”
10:32 am ….Diablo 3 also going to be Retina ready. :O
10:31 am Autodesk working on a new version of AutoCAD.
10:31 am Adobe Photoshop being cited as a 3rd party app that’s coming.
10:31 am Applications do need to be updated to use Retina display, otherwise they’ll be pixel doubled.
10:30 am Final Cut Pro also getting updated. Density of the display allows for 1080p video to be windowed at full res.
10:30 am Professional applications getting updated as well. Major Aperture update coming.
10:29 am iPhoto, Mail, Safari, etc all updated.
10:29 am Sounds like it has a new build though that’s Retina enabled.
10:29 am Ships with Lion.
10:29 am Higher contrast ratios, deeper blacks, great angle of view. Glare reduced by 75% on glossy screen.
10:28 am World’s highest resolution notebook display.
10:28 am 220 pixels per inch, 5,184,000 pixels.
10:28 am 15.4″ across, pixel density is 2880×1800.
10:28 am “Absolutely stunning.”
10:27 am Retina Display confirmed!
10:27 am Lightest pro notebook Apple has ever made.
10:27 am 4.46lbs.
10:27 am 1/4 thinner, about as thin as a MacBook Air.
10:27 am 0.71 inches thin.
10:26 am Phil placing finger next to the new MBP, thinner than his finger.
10:26 am Magnificent new display, incredibly thin.
10:25 am New MacBook Pro getting revealed…
10:25 am “Willing to discard old legacy things.”
10:25 am Radically thin and light.
10:25 am siren.gif
10:25 am Key ideas: Next gen MacBook Pro…
10:24 am “What would make the next generation MacBook Pro?”
10:24 am Phil leading up to something covered by a black sheet…
10:23 am “So what’s next…?”
10:23 am Also shipping today!
10:23 am Same pricing as well, better specs though.
10:23 am Same size too.
10:22 am No retina either… So far anyway. :(
10:22 am Both USB ports are getting USB 3.
10:22 am 60% faster as well.
10:22 am Discrete GPU is now the GeForce GT 650M, 1GB.
10:21 am 3rd gen Core, Ivy Bridge CPU up to 2.7Ghz, 8GB 1600Mhz memory, and 60% faster graphics integrated.
10:21 am Next up, updates to MacBook Pro.
10:20 am No retina in 13″ either. Both models $100 cheaper.
10:20 am 1366×768 still in 11″
10:20 am No retina display. :(
10:20 am 11″ and 13″ sizes.
10:19 am Combined USB2 and USB3 port, FaceTime camera is getting 720p.
10:19 am Showing the sides of a PC laptop compared to MacBook Air.
10:19 am (Insert Fry take my money meme here.)
10:19 am USB 3 also onboard.
10:19 am Also flash memory is up to twice as fast, 500MBps read speed.
10:18 am Up to 512GB of flash storage now available.
10:18 am 60% faster graphics.
10:18 am Up to 8GB of memory, 1600Mhz
10:18 am Up to 2.0ghz i7
10:18 am 3rd gen Ivy Bridge CPU
10:18 am Getting updated with…
10:17 am “Everyone is trying to copy it.”
10:17 am Macbook Air first, it has revolutionized the idea of the modern notebook.
10:17 am “Really nice updates coming to each of them.”
10:17 am “By far the best in the industry.”
10:17 am Greeting audience, introducing MacBook lineup.
10:16 am Phil is coming on stage to show off notebook lineup.
10:16 am Along with OSX and iOS updates.
10:16 am Apple has been hard at work to take these ideas further.
10:16 am “We love giving you a platform and a store to realize your dreams.”
10:15 am Tim is thanking everyone in the developer community for the incredible apps they’ve done. Applause.
10:15 am Lights back up, Tim back on stage.
10:15 am Video wrapping up with dramatic sunset shot.
10:14 am Now everyone is thanking Apple and the developers in the video for enriching their lives.
10:14 am This is a killer video.
10:14 am “It is a miracle.”
10:14 am Back to the blind man walking through the woods now.
10:14 am Toca Boca is the game/app being shown now.
10:13 am It’s a toy for the kids, and a tool for the adults in these cases.
10:13 am Now showing some kids playing a game on the iPad. A child with speech issues using the iPad to improve.
10:12 am Co-Founder of airbnb is showing off their office and the app.
10:11 am Now showing a treehouse in the woods, via the airbnb app (which is awesome btw.)
10:11 am Now showing all the behind the scenes concept sketches that went into making this app.
10:11 am 3D4Medical
10:10 am Showing what a difference this level of interactivity makes in the classroom.
10:10 am iPad is hooked up to a projector showing this app projected on a sheet in a school in Mumbai.
10:09 am Using an iPad anatomy app.
10:09 am Now showing a bunch of kids in a school class.
10:09 am Looks… really cool.
10:09 am Ariadne GPS
10:08 am Showing a blind man walking with a navigation app.
10:08 am A man is walking through the forest.
10:07 am Video coming up highlighting a few of these cases.
10:07 am Tim is talking about heartwarming stories of the combination of Apple’s devices and developers apps.
10:07 am “Our goal has always been to do great work, and in doing so, make a difference in people’s lives.”
10:06 am The App Store operates in over 120 countries, beginning later this month another 32 countries are coming. 155 countries total.
10:06 am This number was unthinkable not long ago. $5b have been paid out so far to developers.
10:05 am New milestone in the App Store: 30b apps downloaded.
10:05 am “This compares with just a few hundred for our competition.”
10:05 am 225,000 of these apps are specifically designed for the iPad.
10:05 am Store with the largest number of accounts with credit cards on the internet. 650,000 apps on the store currently.
10:04 am 400m accounts WITH CREDIT CARDS.
10:04 am 400m accounts on the App Store.
10:04 am “Size and momentum are just phenomenal.”
10:04 am Starting this morning with a few updates on the App Store.
10:04 am WWDC sold out in 1 hour and 43 minutes. :O
10:03 am Tim is talking about WWDC stats, mentioning sessions, developers from all over the world, things like that.
10:03 am WWDC is the longest running developer conference anywhere, sold out in record time.
10:02 am Tim Cook looks sharp as hell, bluejeans and black button up shirt.
10:02 am Applause, Tim Cook takes the stage.
10:02 am They’re really, really pushing Siri with this video.
10:01 am “I am excited about the new Samsung, not the phone, the refrigerator.”
10:01 am Android super-slams.
10:01 am Telling… Absolutely terrible jokes.
10:00 am Siri is introducing things…
10:00 am Keynote starting!
10:00 am Music stopping. Applause
10:00 am Overflow room is filling up.
9:55 am Still seating. Main room is now pretty much full.
9:42 am Starting to seat WWDC attendees now
9:35 am Press has been seated
9:31 am About 30 minutes to go
9:17 am Line is massive and still forming. At front, crowd getting a little restless.
8:47 am We’re waiting in line for the keynote to begin.
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