The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
WWDC '17
DATE
Monday, June 5, 2017
DURATION
2 hours, 19 minutes
LOCATION
San Jose Convention Center
AUDIENCE
Livestream & Developers & Press
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Tim Cook
Pronuntiatio
A high definition 21:9 version is available on Apple's YouTube channel.
Dispositio
Intro Video
Intro Video
Appocalypse
3:30
Welcome
Tim Cook
  • There are now 16 million registered developers
  • 5300 developers attending WWDC from 75 countries
  • Shows pictures of two new notable Apple developers: a 10-year-old from Australia, and an 82-year-old from Japan
  • Dispenses with any further updates
  • There are 6 announcements this morning
  • 7:30
    tvOS
    Tim Cook
  • Announces the Amazon Prime app is coming to tvOS later this year
  • Says that there will be more tvOS news later this year
  • 8:52
    watchOS
    Tim Cook
  • Apple Watch is the #1 smartwatch, with #1 customer satisfaction
  • 9:45
    watchOS
    Kevin Lynch
  • Introduces watchOS 4, with new watch faces, personalized activity notifications, monthly challenges, a new Workout app, gym equipment compatibility, a new Music app,
  • 16:55
    watchOS
    Vera Carr
  • Does a demo of watchOS 4
  • 19:21
    watchOS
    Kevin Lynch
  • Lists off some of the other new features and APIs coming in watchOS 4, available today as a beta, and for everyone in the Fall.
  • 20:30
    macOS
    Tim Cook
  • Describes the Mac as the heart and soul of Apple
  • 21:25
    macOS
    Craig Federighi
  • Recaps some of the features added in macOS Sierra
  • Says they spent the last year perfecting macOS Sierra, and that the crack marketing team has come up with macOS High Sierra
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "They assured us this name was fully baked."
  • Shows benchmarks comparing Safari speed to Chrome
  • Says that Safari will disable auto-play videos and has tracking prevention
  • Mail has been improved with a full-screen split view and uses 30% less disk space
  • Photos has an improved UI, recognizes faces better, and has new editing tools
  • Announces third-party integration for printing and web sites in the Photos app
  • Classic Six Color Logo Appearance
    Classic Six Color Logo Appearance
    On the Macintosh 3.5" floppy disk represnting the HFS file system
  • macOS High Sierra gets upgraded from HFS to APFS and H.264 to H.265
  • Announces Metal 2, with a slew of new features and improvements, including machine learning
  • Shows off an external graphics enclosure developer kit that will be made available for sale
  • Metal has VR support, including the Unreal and Unity engines
  • A developer beta is available today, and in the Fall for everyone
  • 34:10
    iMac
    John Ternus
  • Unveils a set of upgrades to the iMac line, with better displays, Kaby Lake processors, and much faster graphics
  • Says that the upgrades make the iMac especially good for VR development
  • Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    ILM's John Knoll & Epic Games' Lauren Ridge
    Creating a Star Wars VR game scene using VR on an iMac
  • The 4K iMac has been reduced in price by $200 to $1299
  • 43:45
    MacBook
    John Ternus
  • The MacBook and MacBook Pro line are getting Kaby Lake processors and selected other improvements and price drops
  • The MacBook Air line gets a few extra megahertz
  • The new Macs are shipping today
  • 44:58
    iMac Pro
    John Ternus
  • Offers a sneak peak at a new high-end iMac for professionals
  • Intro Video
    Intro Video
    The iMac Pro
    Swearing
    Swearing
    "Now the first thing you'll notice is it features the same great design as our 27-inch iMac, but it's in this seriously badass space grey finish."
  • The iMac Pro is the most powerful Mac ever, with a whole new thermal design inside
  • Comes standard with an 8-Core Xeon processor, but will be available up to 18-cores
  • Will contain Radeon Vega graphics, up to 128GB ECC memory, up to 4TB SSD and 10Gb ethernet
  • Will be available starting at $4999 in December
  • 51:06
    iOS
    Tim Cook
    Swearing
    Swearing
    "I agree the new iMac is badass."
  • Shows off some statistics on iOS customer satisfaction and installed base
  • Going to take iOS and turn it up to 11
  • 52:38
    iOS
    Craig Federighi
  • Goes through the features of iOS 11
  • Messages gets a redesigned app drawer, synchronization across devices, and the ability to send and receive money from friends
  • Siri gets an upgraded voice, a new UI, language translation, and new intents in SiriKit
  • Videos and photos taken on the device are now HEVC and HEIF formats, and have new editing tools
  • Does a demo of the new control centre and other new features
  • Maps adds mall and airport floor plans, speed limit and lane guidance, and a new black UI for drivers
  • HomeKit adds speaker support, with multi-room audio using AirPlay 2
  • Apple Music gets shared Up Next playlists and MusicKit for developers
  • 1:14:08
    App Store
    Phil Schiller
  • Highlights some of the successes in the App Store over the last year
  • Shows off a redesigned UI for the App Store, with separate Today, Games and App tabs
  • 1:19:18
    App Store
    Ann My Thai
  • Does a demo of the new App Store, revealing the new Monument Valley 2
  • 1:23:05
    App Store
    Phil Schiller
  • Wraps up App Store demo
  • 1:23:26
    iOS
    Craig Federighi
  • Developers get access to new machine learning APIs for vision and natural language, built on Core ML
  • Does a demo from ARKit, showing an augmented reality app adding virtual interactive objects to a table
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "Ikea is placing furniture everywhere, of course, and it's awesome"
    Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Wingnut AR's Alasdair Coull & Dan
    Untitled AR app that shows a village and space battle on a table
  • Highlights some of the new features in iOS 11 for customers in China
  • 1:33:09
    iPad
    Tim Cook
  • Speaks about the role of iPad
  • 1:34:08
    iPad Pro
    Greg Joswiak
  • Announces the new 10.5" iPad Pro, with 30 languages supported on the full-size keyboards
  • Both iPad Pros get new graphics, displays, and ProMotion, with 120Hz display refresh rate
  • They are powered by the A10X chip, a six-core CPU
  • Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Serif's Ash Hewson
    Affinity Photo
  • The iPad Pro gets the same camera system as the iPhone 7, and a new line of accessories
  • The new iPad Pro starts at $649 with 64GB of storage, and are available today
  • 1:46:28
    iPad+iOS
    Craig Federighi
  • The dock can now contain many apps, and be summoned from anywhere
  • A new app switcher allows for spaces and drag and drop
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "It's a drag-fest!"
  • Announces a new Files app
  • Does a demo of iOS 11 on iPad
  • With the Apple Pencil, you can markup anything, and your handwritten notes are now searchable
  • Notes has a built-in document scanner
  • 1:54:55
    iPad+iOS
    Toby Paterson
  • Does a demo of iOS 11 on iPad
  • 1:58:43
    iPad+iOS
    Craig Federighi
  • iOS 11 is available for developers today, and everyone in the Fall
  • 1:59:37
    iPad
    Tim Cook
    We Made a Video
    We Made a Video
    The new iPad Pro
    2:01:26
    HomePod
    Tim Cook
  • Says Apple wants to re-invent music in the home
  • 2:02:48
    HomePod
    Phil Schiller
  • Compares good-sounding speakers that are dumb, and smart speakers that sound bad
  • It's Three Things
    It's Three Things
    1. Rock the house, 2. Spatial awareness, 3. Musicologist
    Intro Video
    Intro Video
    HomePod
  • Itemizes the three main features of the HomePod
  • Does a demo of the directional sound
  • Siri is the musicologist, and handles many HomeKit domains as well
  • Outlines the privacy features of HomePod
  • HomePod will be available in December for $349
  • 2:15:04
    Farewell
    Tim Cook
  • Recaps the day's announcements
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