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  • ["Daydreamer" by Aurora playing]

  • Good morning. And welcome to WWDC.

  • WWDC is an incredibly important event to Apple, our developers and our users.

  • It's here that we bring some of our biggest innovations to life.

  • And we have not stopped innovating,

  • doing the work that will enrich people's lives for years to come.

  • Because we're all looking forward to a more hopeful tomorrow.

  • That's why we believe it's so important to have WWDC this year.

  • And while it cannot possibly feel the same in here without you,

  • I can assure you that we have a great show ahead of us.

  • This year we're delivering the conference in a whole new way

  • to all of you around the world, directly to your home.

  • And we want to welcome you to our home here at Apple Park.

  • I'd like to first talk to you about two big things

  • that are happening in the world right now.

  • To start, I want to address the topic of racism, inequality and injustice

  • and to recognize the pain being felt throughout our nation,

  • especially in our Black and Brown communities,

  • after the senseless killing of George Floyd.

  • And while the events of this past month are sadly not new,

  • they have caused us to face

  • long-standing institutional inequalities and social injustices.

  • This country was founded on the principles of freedom and equality for all.

  • For too many people and for too long, we haven't lived up to those ideals.

  • We're inspired and moved

  • by the passionate people around our nation and around the world

  • who have stood up to demand change.

  • We must all aim far higher to build a future that lives up to our ideals.

  • This means taking action.

  • Two weeks ago, we announced Apple's Racial Equity and Justice Initiative

  • with a commitment of one hundred million dollars.

  • Starting in the United States, and expanding over time,

  • this initiative will challenge systemic barriers

  • that limit opportunity for communities of color

  • in the critical areas of education, economic equality and criminal justice.

  • We also announced something important for this community,

  • the new Developer Entrepreneur Camp for Black developers.

  • We want to do everything we can to foster the brightest lights and best ideas.

  • At Apple, our mission has always been to make the world a better place,

  • and we're committed to being a force for change.

  • Right now our world is also battling a virus

  • that is affecting the daily lives of billions of people.

  • We want to thank the dedicated people everywhere,

  • especially our health-care workers,

  • who have made tremendous sacrifices to take care of those in need.

  • We've also seen the profound impact our products have had.

  • People are relying on them more than ever to remain connected to family and friends,

  • to do their work, to express their creativity,

  • to be entertained as well as to entertain others.

  • Today the world is counting on all of us,

  • and on the products and experiences that we create, to move forward.

  • Because throughout history,

  • great challenges have been met with great creativity and important breakthroughs.

  • That's why we're so excited about this year's conference.

  • This is going to be truly a unique week,

  • delivered unlike any that we've done before.

  • There will be more than a hundred engineering-led video sessions,

  • one-on-one consultations with Apple engineers,

  • developer forums and so much more,

  • delivered to you from different locations right here at Apple Park.

  • And this year, the conference will be available

  • to our entire community of 23 million developers,

  • as well as anyone who is interested, for free.

  • Presenting the conference in this way allows us to be more inclusive than ever.

  • Perhaps this will inspire the next generation of developers.

  • So even though we can't be together in person,

  • in some ways we're going to be more together than ever.

  • Today we're going to push each of our platforms forward

  • in some exciting and breakthrough ways.

  • With that, let's get started by sending it over to Craig.

  • Good morning. Great to have you here.

  • As you can see, we've got a lot to cover, so let's get started with iOS.

  • Together with iPhone,

  • iOS is central to how we navigate our lives and stay connected.

  • And now we're making it even more powerful and easier to use.

  • Our new release is iOS 14.

  • This year we've spent time rethinking

  • some of the most iconic elements of the experience on iPhone.

  • Now it all started here,

  • with a carefully considered Home Screen that has truly stood the test of time.

  • Of course, over the years, we've kept the fundamentals largely the same

  • but carefully added features like folders for organizing your apps,

  • widgets for quick information

  • and personalized experiences powered by on-device intelligence

  • that serve up just the right thing at just the right moment.

  • It's hard to imagine iPhone without these features now.

  • Well, that brings us to this year.

  • We're doing more on our iPhones today than ever before,

  • so we've rethought some of the core elements of iOS to reflect this.

  • Let me give you a quick peek.

  • ["Like This Like That" by BEGINNERS & Night Panda playing]

  • This is gonna be amazing.

  • Let's dig in, starting with the Home Screen.

  • Today's Home Screen works great, but as we get more and more apps,

  • we can end up with this:

  • lots and lots of pages.

  • And we tend to forget what's beyond the first couple.

  • Wouldn't it be great

  • if there were a way to organize all of those apps without doing a thing?

  • Well, this year we're doing just that with something called the App Library.

  • It's a new space at the end of your Home Screen pages

  • that automatically organizes all your apps

  • in one simple and easy-to-navigate view.

  • Let me show you.

  • Here's my Home Screen.

  • Now, like you, I have muscle memory built for the first page or two,

  • but when it comes to all of these pages,

  • well, honestly, I've lost track of where a lot of things are.

  • And that's where the App Library comes in.

  • You can see that all of my apps are automatically organized here.

  • In fact, now with the App Library,

  • I actually don't need all those pages for all my apps.

  • So we created an easy way to hide app pages.

  • I just go into jiggle mode, tap the dots at the bottom,

  • and check this out,

  • I get a zoomed-out view of all my app pages.

  • I can simply tap to hide the pages I no longer need.

  • Just like that.

  • And now with those pages hidden,

  • App Library is always just a swipe or two away.

  • So here in App Library, getting to the app I'm looking for is really easy.

  • Up at the top I have the Search field,

  • and I get all my apps organized from A to Z.

  • Now over here on the upper left I have Suggestions.

  • It uses on-device intelligence

  • to show me the apps that I'm likely to need next.

  • And on the right is Recently Added,

  • giving me access to the apps that I've recently downloaded from the App Store.

  • And below are intelligently curated categories.

  • So I can tap into a category like Apple Arcade

  • and see all of my apps in that category.

  • Now let's go back.

  • You may notice that in each of these categories

  • the apps I use most are right here at the top level,

  • so I can launch one of these directly with just a tap.

  • So that's App Library.

  • We think this is gonna make it easier than ever to get to your apps.

  • Next, let's turn to Widgets.

  • Today, widgets help you get information at a glance.

  • But a lot has changed since we first introduced these.

  • Now we have Apple Watch, where we're able to surface so much information

  • on a small screen that you wear on your wrist.

  • Well, this year, we're taking all that we've learned

  • to create a completely reimagined experience for widgets.

  • To start, they're more beautiful and data rich.

  • And we're introducing different sizes,

  • so you can choose one that best fits your needs.

  • Let's take a look at them in iOS 14.

  • So let's swipe over to Today View and take a look at our new widgets.

  • They're just beautiful.

  • And the new designs are more data rich than ever.

  • And you can see they now come in a variety of sizes.

  • So you can pick just the right level of information for each one.

  • Now we like these new widgets so much,

  • we wanted to make them even more accessible.

  • So check this out.

  • I'm just gonna tap and hold on the Weather widget,

  • and I can drag it out of Today View and onto my Home Screen.

  • And watch, as I move it around,

  • the apps just dance out of the way to make space for my new widget.

  • Let's add a second one.

  • Just gonna tap the plus here in the upper left

  • and grab on to Podcasts.

  • I can drop it just like that.

  • Now I'm gonna swipe over to page 2 here and bring back up the Widget Gallery.

  • The gallery is a great place to explore widgets.

  • Now when I tap on one,

  • I can actually page through all of the different sizes available.

  • Just like this.

  • But, you know, right now what I want to do is grab this widget up top.

  • It's a really special one. It's called the Smart Stack.

  • Just gonna tap it and drop it here.

  • With the Smart Stack, I can easily swipe through widgets

  • to pick just the one I want for the moment.

  • But what's really cool

  • is that the Smart Stack can actually do this for me automatically.

  • So in the morning, I can get my news briefing.

  • Throughout the day, find out when I have a meeting coming up.

  • And in the evening, I might get a summary of my activity for the day.

  • So that's widgets on the Home Screen.

  • We're excited to see how everyone will customize them in their own way.

  • Next, we're also bringing Picture in Picture to iPhone.

  • So you can access apps on your iPhone

  • while watching video or talking on a FaceTime call.

  • Let me show you.

  • So here on my Home Screen,

  • the Smart Stack is showing me the TV widget.

  • So I can just tap to start playing a show.

  • Now check this out. When I swipe to go Home,

  • the video automatically goes into Picture in Picture

  • right over the Home Screen.

  • And when I launch another app, like Notes, I can keep watching.

  • Now I can drag the picture to another part of the screen.

  • If I want to make it bigger, I can even pinch to zoom.

  • And as I move between applications it stays with me.

  • And what's cool is I can also swipe it to the side,

  • and the audio keeps playing when it's off-screen.

  • Now here on the Home Screen I can bring it back out if I want.

  • And I have controls to get back to full-screen playback,

  • or I can just tap the "X" to close it.

  • And that's Picture in Picture video.

  • It's a great way to continue enjoying your video

  • while tapping into everything else your iPhone can do for you.

  • And that's a quick look at the updates to the core elements of iOS.

  • We think these new features are gonna make iOS even more helpful in the moment.

  • Another iconic experience that's getting a major update is Siri.

  • As much as Siri has advanced over the years,

  • the visual interface for interacting with it has remained largely unchanged.

  • When you use Siri, your iPhone switches to this full-screen UI,

  • obscuring your current context.

  • So this year, we've completely redesigned the Siri experience

  • with a new compact design.

  • It makes tasks like launching apps incredibly seamless.

  • For example, if you say, "Open Safari,"

  • Siri pops up at the bottom of the screen and instantly launches the app.

  • Or if you ask for information, like the weather,

  • results appear at the top of the screen just like a notification.

  • Now this is especially great

  • when there's information you want to reference on-screen.

  • For example, you could ask Siri to add to your grocery list.

  • So that's the new Siri design in iOS 14.

  • But the UI is only part of the story.

  • To tell you more about how we're making Siri smarter than ever,

  • I'll hand it off to Yael Garten.

  • Thanks, Craig.

  • Siri's getting smarter and even more helpful every day,

  • and I'm really excited to share the latest updates with you.

  • Siri helps you in a ton of little ways every day:

  • playing the morning news, ordering a coffee, getting directions,

  • setting the alarm before going to bed and so much more.

  • In fact, Siri's helping so many of you

  • with a staggering 25 billion requests each month.

  • And Siri's getting more helpful every day.

  • Siri's always been great for getting information

  • and now has over 20 times more facts than just three years ago.

  • For more complex questions

  • like "How do hybrid cars work?" or "What causes seasons?",

  • we recently introduced answers from websites across the Internet,

  • enabling Siri to help you find even more answers.

  • Another way Siri helps is with communication, like sending messages.

  • This year, you can now ask Siri to send an audio message,

  • and Siri will start recording.

  • This is great when you really want to have the emotion of your voice come through.

  • Another popular way to send messages with your voice is using dictation.

  • Keyboard Dictation