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  • Good morning and welcome.

  • We are so pleased that you could join us today.

  • We've got some really exciting product announcements to share with you.

  • As we all continue to make our way through these difficult times

  • and face the challenges that COVID-19 is causing

  • in our communities around the world,

  • it's so inspiring how people everywhere have adapted:

  • working remotely,

  • learning from home

  • and gathering virtually to stay close to family and friends.

  • And it's been gratifying to see

  • the important role our products have played

  • in helping people come together, carry on and move forward.

  • We know that life won't always be like this,

  • and we're all looking forward to better days.

  • Here at Apple, we feel a deep responsibility to keep innovating,

  • to continue making products that enrich people's lives in meaningful ways.

  • Today we're focusing on two products

  • that have played integral roles in people's everyday lives:

  • Apple Watch and iPad.

  • Let's get started with Apple Watch.

  • Apple Watch revolutionized what a watch can do.

  • If you think about it, for over 100 years,

  • the traditional watch really focused on just one thing: time.

  • Today, it's incredible what Apple Watch enables you to do

  • right from your wrist.

  • I use my Apple Watch and its amazing features throughout the day.

  • Before I go out in the morning, I check the weather.

  • At work, Apple Watch notifies me

  • with everything from messages to news alerts

  • and keeps me right on schedule.

  • I'm doing my best to stay in shape,

  • so it's great that Apple Watch keeps track of my workouts

  • and motivates me to close my rings.

  • When I get home, I use it to open the garage,

  • unlock my door and turn on the lights.

  • And when I'm ready to settle in,

  • I use Apple Watch to stream my favorite music.

  • And it's so reassuring for millions of customers

  • that Apple Watch has introduced great health features

  • like heart monitoring, cycle tracking and fall detection

  • and even the ability to take an ECG.

  • No wonder Apple Watch is the most loved watch in the world.

  • I love reading the many messages I get every day from Apple Watch users

  • telling me how the watch has changed, and in some cases, saved their lives.

  • Like Ray from Texas.

  • She'd been experiencing pain in her stomach,

  • but didn't think it was too serious.

  • When her Apple Watch alerted her to an elevated heart rate,

  • she realized it really was.

  • She went to the ER,

  • where it was determined she was in septic shock.

  • Ray got immediate intervention,

  • but she could have died without that warning from her Apple Watch.

  • Or Enrique from Spain,

  • who's blind and uses his watch for everything from speaking the time

  • to reminding him when his appointments are

  • to calling taxis and helping him keep fit.

  • For Enrique, his Apple Watch has become an essential part of his day-to-day life.

  • Now I'd like you to meet a few more of these people and hear their stories.

  • Dear Apple, my name is Kate.

  • It has always been my dream to become an Olympian,

  • but that can be hard with type 1 diabetes.

  • It was just so many shots and finger pricks every single day.

  • I went from having to check my blood sugar manually every 20 minutes

  • to now all I have to do is just glance down at my wrist,

  • which reads the insulin pack attached to my side.

  • [crowd cheering]

  • I feel like I don't have type 1 when I'm competing now.

  • [announcer] That is a US high-school record. That's unbelievable.

  • My name is YJ.

  • Back in February of 2019,

  • I was diagnosed with high blood pressure and hypertension.

  • The medications cost me $2,000 dollars a month, with insurance.

  • That was the tipping point for me.

  • I started tracking my exercises and started tracking my health,

  • all through my watch.

  • Almost 18 months later, I am not on any medications,

  • and I am in the best shape of my life.

  • My name is James.

  • We were sitting in the living room,

  • and I glanced down at my watch 'cause it kind of vibrated.

  • It flashed "Increased Heart Rate."

  • By the time we got to the hospital, my heart rate was 206,

  • and she said, "Sir, you're going into cardiac arrest."

  • I was 26.

  • I wanted my life,

  • and I didn't want my life just for me, but I wanted it for my family.

  • I'm thankful to still be here,

  • and I'm thankful for that device that saved me.

  • I really love hearing those stories

  • about how Apple Watch helps people and enriches their lives.

  • And healthcare providers, insurance companies and businesses

  • are also seeing the benefits of offering Apple Watch.

  • They know it can make a big difference

  • in the lives of their patients, customers and employees.

  • Recently, the Mount Sinai Health System in New York

  • launched the new Warrior Watch Study.

  • Using data from Apple Watch,

  • researchers are studying the impact of COVID

  • on the psychological well-being of frontline healthcare workers

  • by identifying early signs of stress

  • while also looking to predict infection before symptoms appear.

  • Singapore has one of the world's leading healthcare systems.

  • This fall, Singapore will become the first country

  • to leverage the benefits of Apple Watch

  • by offering incentives for people to use it to stay healthy and active.

  • Apple Watch helps people understand so much about their health and fitness

  • and to live a better day.

  • This year we're going to take it even further.

  • Here's Jeff to tell you what's next.

  • Apple Watch has made a profound impact

  • on so many of our customers' lives, and we continue to be inspired.

  • And this year, watchOS 7 adds several important health features

  • that take advantage of the powerful technology in Apple Watch.

  • The new Sleep app uses the motion sensors to track your sleep.

  • Automatic handwashing detection

  • recognizes the motion and sound when washing your hands

  • and encourages you to continue for the recommended 20 seconds.

  • And watchOS 7 now uses your motion and heart rate

  • to measure a lower range of VO2 Max values.

  • Now, the American Heart Association recommends

  • routinely assessing cardio fitness levels,

  • and VO2 Max is the most accurate way to capture this.

  • The problem is, it's usually only measured in specialty clinics.

  • Well, watchOS 7 can now measure a full range of VO2 Max,

  • which is a powerful predictor of your overall health.

  • And coming later this year,

  • you can receive a notification if your VO2 Max drops to those lower levels.

  • Each year, Apple Watch raises the bar,

  • adding new features and technology that improve our lives.

  • This year, Apple Watch takes another big leap forward.

  • And I'm excited to show it to you now.

  • This is the new Apple Watch Series 6.

  • The perfect combination of powerful features and beautiful design.

  • Series 6 is our most colorful lineup ever.

  • There's a new blue aluminum case,

  • this updated classic gold stainless steel finish,

  • a new gray-black stainless steel called Graphite

  • and for the first time, a stunning new Apple Watch (PRODUCT)RED.

  • Now on the inside, Series 6 is packed with incredible technology,

  • including a new health sensor that enables an amazing new capability.

  • Let's take a look.

  • With Apple Watch Series 6,

  • you can measure your blood oxygen right from your wrist.

  • The new health sensor in Series 6

  • shines red and infrared light onto your wrist

  • and measures the amount of light reflected back.

  • Advanced algorithms use this data to calculate the color of your blood,

  • which indicates the amount of oxygen present.

  • The new Blood Oxygen app lets you take a measurement in just 15 seconds.

  • [watch chimes]

  • And Series 6 also captures periodic background readings

  • and stores them in your Health app.

  • So if you wear your Apple Watch to bed,

  • it can record background measurements while you sleep.

  • I'll hand it over to Sumbul

  • to talk more about blood oxygen and its importance to your health.

  • Blood oxygen saturation, also known as SpO2, is like a vital sign.

  • It's a key measurement that contains

  • critical information about your breathing and circulation.

  • Apple Watch is already a powerful health tool,

  • with apps that measure heart rate and heart rhythm.

  • And now, adding blood oxygen

  • brings another valuable health measurement to users.

  • Blood oxygen and pulse oximetry

  • are terms that we've heard a lot about during the COVID pandemic.

  • As you breathe, your heart and lungs work together

  • to deliver oxygen throughout your body.

  • Blood oxygen saturation is an indication of how well this system is functioning

  • and of your overall respiratory and cardiac health.

  • And pulse oximetry is how you measure it.

  • Now, the Blood Oxygen app on Series 6 lets you measure your blood oxygen

  • for fitness and wellness purposes from your wrist

  • anywhere and at any time.

  • This is a great new tool for your overall well-being.

  • And to enable future medical discoveries,

  • we're launching three new health research studies

  • to learn how longitudinal blood oxygen measurements,

  • along with other health metrics from Apple Watch,

  • can help manage conditions that affect the heart and lungs.

  • First, to study how to better manage and control asthma

  • using physiological signals from Apple Watch,

  • we're collaborating with the pulmonary experts

  • at the University of California, Irvine and Anthem.

  • Second, to learn more about how metrics, including blood oxygen,

  • can be used to manage heart failure,

  • we're partnering with one of the largest research organizations in North America,

  • the University Health Network,

  • and the investigators at the University of Toronto.

  • And finally, as we all continue to learn more about COVID

  • and understand the interplay with influenza,

  • we're partnering with the investigators of the Seattle Flu Study

  • and faculty from the University of Washington School of Medicine.

  • We will explore how changes in blood oxygen and heart rate

  • could be early signals of the onset of these respiratory conditions.

  • So that's the new blood oxygen feature.

  • We're so excited to bring this important new health capability to our users.

  • Now, back to Jeff to tell you more about the new Apple Watch Series 6.

  • Whether you're measuring blood oxygen,

  • making a phone call on your watch

  • or simply checking your Activity Rings,

  • it's all made possible by Apple Silicon.

  • Inside Series 6 is our sixth-generation System in Package.

  • It's a purpose-built design that's absolutely unique in the industry.

  • It includes a high performance dual-core processor

  • based on the A13 Bionic in iPhone 11

  • but optimized for Apple Watch.

  • The S6 is up to 20% faster than the previous generation.

  • Series 6 also has great new features

  • that are perfect for when you're out and about.

  • Let's head outside and take a look.

  • Because of its energy-efficient design,

  • Series 6 has an even better Always-On Display,

  • making it easier to read your watch on sunny days

  • without having to wake the display.

  • Now it's two-and-a-half times brighter outdoors

  • when your wrist is down.

  • Series 6 also features a new always-on altimeter

  • that provides continuous elevation throughout the day.

  • So on your next hike,

  • you can see your elevation change in real time,

  • right on your watch face.

  • And at any time, no matter where you are,

  • you can measure your blood oxygen saturation

  • right from your wrist.

  • [watch chimes]

  • Now let's talk about watch faces.

  • The watch face is fundamental to the Apple Watch experience.

  • And we're taking faces further this year,

  • starting with some great new designs.

  • And we'd like to share them with you now.

  • [Dye] The watch face is the most powerful and personal aspect of Apple Watch.

  • Our approach to face design begins with a deep respect

  • for the history of timekeeping.

  • We combined that sense of craft

  • with the powerful technologies and capabilities of Apple Watch

  • to create these new faces.

  • The GMT face shows multiple time zones at once

  • and takes into account where you are.

  • The Count-up face lets you start tracking elapsed time

  • from any given point.

  • And inspired by classic racing watches,

  • the Chronograph Pro face features multiple time scales,

  • including a tachymeter to measure speed

  • based on time traveled over a set distance.

  • In the Typograph face,

  • numerals can be displayed in three custom type styles

  • and four different scripts.

  • Every combination is tailored to fit the face perfectly.