WWDC 2014 : June 02, 2014
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference at the Moscone Center
 
12:21 - Standby
 
 
1:03 - people are asked to silence devices
 
1:04 - video starts showing usage of ipads, apps, etc.
 
1:06 - Tim Cook now onstage "Good morning..morning"
 
1:07 - 25 anniversary of the conference...
 
 
 
1:07 - Tim Cook is on stage greeting developers. "This is a milestone year, the 25th year of this conference."
 
1:08 - WWDC is now huge conference...1000 engineers onsite....120 labs...people from
 
 
1:09 - Over 9 million developers are now registered, 47% increase over last year.
 
1:09 - ...
 
 
1:09 - new release....
 
 
1:09 - Cook promises "mother of all releases" for developers.
 
1:10 - ..
 
 
1:10 - Starting with OS X..... over 40 million copies of Mavericks already installed.
 
1:11 - ..
 
 
 
1:11 - Over 50% of install base is now working on latest operating system. Fastest adoption of any PC operating system.
 
1:11 - Windows 8 "shipped a year before Mavericks, and it's at 14 percent.... need I say more," Cook says.
 
1:12 - ..
 
 
1:12 - Craig Federighi steps on stage to talk more about OS X.
 
1:13 - ...
 
 
 
 
 
1:14 - Federighi jokes about next release getting name "OS X Weed."
 
1:14 - ..
 
 
1:14 - Build will actually be named "OS X Yosemite."
 
1:14 - New interface, enhanced apps, new "continuity."
 
1:15 - ....
 
 
 
 
 
1:16 - ...
 
 
 
1:16 - Translucent materials "gives you a sense of place" in the sidebars and the menus.
 
1:17 - ...
 
 
1:17 - Windows adapt to show backgrounds, highlight layers. Dock is also translucent.
 
1:17 - Developers focused on consistent and clear typeface throughout.
 
1:17 - ...
 
 
 
1:17 - Introduced "dark mode" to avoid distracting bright menus.
 
1:18 - ...
 
 
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1:19 - Notification center adopts dark, translucent material, precise type, new "Today" view with at-a-glance look at weather, calendar, etc.
 
1:19 - Widgets can now be downloaded to add other content to notifications sidebar.
 
1:19 - New search bar
 
 
 
1:20 - Search now presents bar in center of screen, autofills entries from web and computer.
 
1:20 - Calendar, Maps apps have new look.
 
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1:21 - Messages adopts translucent sidebar.
 
1:21 - Notifications Center "Today" view provides interactive reminders, stock updates, other editable widgets.
 
1:22 - Drag-and-drop widget arrangement.
 
1:23 - Enhanced reminders for calendar events.
 
1:23 - Autofill shows necessary app, last-opened documents.
 
1:23 - ..
 
 
1:23 - Spotlight also does unit conversions.
 
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1:24 - Maps results, Yelp information, movie showtimes, iTunes content within Spotlight search.
 
1:25 - ..
 
 
1:25 - ..
 
 
1:26 - iCloud provides cloud storage for any files, synchronized across all Macs.
 
1:26 - Content is also accessible from iOS devices, Windows computers.
 
1:26 - Mail brings Yosemite-style UI, streamlined operation.
 
1:27 - App uses "Mail Drop" to avoid any problems with oversized attachments, up to 5GB in size.
 
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1:28 - new mark up feature for photos and pdfs
 
 
1:28 - Signatures can be input via trackpad and quickly added to messages.
 
1:28 - Next up.... Safari.
 
1:29 - UI now concentrated in single bar, favorites now pop up in search bar. Spotlight suggestions are now included in browser search.
 
1:29 - new safari menu bar
 
 
1:29 - RSS subscriptions can be added via new menu, show up alongside favorite links.
 
1:29 - Tab view gives "birds-eye" glance at tabs, stacked by site.
 
1:30 - new safari standards
 
 
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1:30 - "Up to 2 hours longer battery life" on a MacBook Air streaming 1080p Netflix.
 
1:31 - Safari performance, power efficiency continue to improve.
 
1:31 - safari performance
 
 
 
1:32 - Brian Croll takes over the presentation to dive into Safari features.
 
1:32 - Spotlight search provides Wikipedia snapshots for common search terms, such as famous people.
 
1:33 - Tabs have been improved with smooth scrolling.
 
1:33 - ..
 
 
 
1:35 - mail markup
 
 
 
 
1:35 - Improved Markup can be used to focus on one spot in photo, add arrows with captions or cartoon bubbles. Automatically cleans up hand-drawn elements.
 
1:38 - OS X users can quickly pick up work where they left off when they switch to iPad. Icons automatically prompt the handoff.
 
1:38 - continuity-ability to bring up work on mac from ipad/iphone or visa versa using proximity awareness
 
 
1:38 - Automatic hotspot synchronization between Macs and iOS devices.
 
1:39 - Standard SMS messages will be relayed to other devices via iMessage.
 
1:39 - Phone calls can also be routed through Mac; caller ID shows up in OS X.
 
1:40 - Features work as long as iPhone and Mac are on same Wi-Fi network.
 
1:40 - caller id/accept calls on your Mac
 
 
 
 
1:40 - Numbers can be dialed in OS X, called from Mac and routed through iPhone cellular connection.
 
1:40 - Handoff
 
 
1:42 - Handoff (Safari)
 
 
1:43 - Call to Dr. Dre
 
 
1:44 - Federighi calls Dr. Dre to demonstrate voice calls via Mac.
 
1:45 - OS X Yosemite available to developers today, everyone else will have to wait until the fall. Free upgrade for all.
 
1:45 - Yosemite due this fall for Free
 
 
1:45 - New public OS X beta program coming this summer.
 
1:45 - Public beta available this summer
 
 
1:46 - Tim Cook takes the stage to talk about iOS. Device sales now surpass 800 million. More than 100 million iPod touch, 200 million iPads, 500 million iPhones.
 
1:46 - 130 million iOS device buyers in past 12 months are entirely new to Apple.
 
1:47 - device sales records
 
 
 
 
 
1:47 - "Many of these customers were switchers from Android... bought an Android phone (by mistake) and then sought a better experience (and a better life) and decided to check out iPhone and iOS."
 
1:47 - Record number of Chinese smartphone users switching from Android to iOS.
 
1:48 - Customer satisfaction rating at 97%. "These are customer sat. ratings that no-one gets."
 
1:48 - .
 
 
1:48 - 89% of iOS install base is running latest operating system.
 
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1:49 - In contrast, 9% of Android users running latest software (KitKat). More than a third of customers running a version of Android from four years ago ... "that's like ancient history."
 
1:50 - Cook blasts Android security, platform "dominates malware."
 
1:50 - Today announcing iOS 8.
 
1:50 - ..
 
 
1:50 - "iOS 8 is a GIANT release."
 
1:50 - .
 
 
1:51 - Craig returns to the stage.
 
1:52 - iPhone enhancements: refined notification center, new "interactive notifications" to reply without leaving current app.
 
1:52 - ..
 
 
 
1:53 - Double-tap access to communicate with recent contacts. New tab view coming to Safari for iOS, along with Yosemite-style search sidebar.
 
1:53 - Simpler flagging and message deleting in Mail. Swipe incomplete reply down to access rest of mail content.
 
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1:55 - People contacts
 
 
 
1:57 - Search function improved with same contextual responses that are being brought to OS X Yosemite.
 
1:58 - Spotlight in iOS 8
 
 
 
 
1:59 - QuickType tech promises to improve keyboard usability, automatic suggestions to complete entries.
 
1:59 - QuickType
 
 
 
1:59 - System is personalized, learns how you communicate to different contacts.
 
2:00 - All learning is local to device, protecting privacy.
 
2:00 - .
 
 
2:01 - Messages is most frequently used iOS app. Add and remove contacts from thread, "do not disturb" thread, group messaging with customizable thread names.
 
2:01 - .
 
 
 
2:01 - "Tap to Talk" virtual button that can be held down while dictating message, swipe to send when done.
 
2:02 - .
 
 
 
2:03 - ..
 
 
2:03 - "Do not disturb" eliminates excessive notifications from a thread. System also collects and presents all photos from the tread in one place.
 
2:05 - Audio messages can be replied to by raising the iPhone to the user's ear.
 
2:07 - More on enterprise ... 98% of Fortune 500 uses iOS.
 
2:07 - "And we're gonna get the last 2 [percent]," Craig boasts.
 
2:09 - Enterprise users get new messaging options, expanded support.
 
2:10 - Presentation moves on to talk about health features.
 
2:11 - Enterprise
 
 
 
 
2:11 - New HealthKit service serves as a central portal for all health-related metrics, with support for third-party applications. Users can monitor data all in one place.
 
2:11 - HealthKit
 
 
 
 
 
2:12 - Nike, Mayo Clinic working to integrate with HealthKit. Service can automatically notify doctors if blood pressure or other measurements are outside of target range.
 
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2:12 - Next up ... Family Sharing.
 
2:13 - "When I was a kid, the refrigerator was the center of family sharing."
 
2:14 - Families can share calendars, geolocation data and media, or find devices. Family members can now access all iTunes content that has been purchased by other family members, for up to 6 individuals who all share the same credit card.
 
2:14 - New prompt can be used to ask parental permission before making a purchase.
 
2:14 - Family Share
 
 
 
 
 
 
2:15 - iCloud has been improved with better search, smart suggestions based on time or location.
 
2:16 - Smart controls for auto-straightening and color correction.
 
2:16 - Photo Enhancements
 
 
 
 
2:17 - Photo Editing
 
 
 
2:18 - Image analysis helps quickly brighten or darken photos while preserving tones.
 
2:19 - Company is working on a new OS X photo utility from the ground up.
 
2:20 - Pinch out from moments, to collections, to years.
 
2:20 - Simplified adjustments to quickly edit photos.
 
2:20 - Preview of new Photos app coming to Mac early next year
 
 
2:21 - Updated Photos app coming to Yosemite "in the future."
 
2:21 - iCloud storage saves at full resolution.
 
2:21 - iCloud
 
 
 
2:21 - Cheaper plans: 20GB for $0.99 per month, 200GB for $3.99 per month.
 
2:22 - Many other features
 
 
 
2:22 - Siri has been improved with Shazam song recognition, iTunes purchases, 22 new dictation languages.
 
2:22 - In China
 
 
2:23 - Vector-based maps in China, with turn-by-turn directions. Lunar calendar support, improved predictive input and improved weather.
 
2:23 - Tim Cook takes back to the stage to talk about the developer side of iOS 8.
 
2:23 - iOS 8 for Developers
 
 
2:23 - Company has focused on expanding capabilities for third-party developers.
 
2:24 - App Store now has 1.2 million apps available. "This is a phenomenal number."
 
2:24 - 300 million visitors every week.
 
2:24 - Downloads have surpassed 75 billion apps.
 
2:25 - App Store to get new Explore tab for discovery, top-trending searches list, scrolling results, related searches, new "Editor's Choice" logo.
 
2:25 - Developers can sell app bundles that include multiple titles.
 
2:26 - New beta-test service, TestFlight, allows devs to invite users to beta test apps.
 
2:26 - Everything will be available in the fall.
 
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2:27 - The iOS 8 SDK is "the biggest release since the launch of the App Store."
 
2:28 - Over 4,000 new developer APIs.
 
2:28 - Extensibility allows apps to extend services and capabilities to other apps.
 
2:29 - Extensions live inside app's own sandbox, but other apps can reach out via iOS' integrated mechanism to maintain security.
 
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2:29 - Support for photo filters, document providers, widgets, other features.
 
2:30 - Craig demonstrates photo editing with photo filters available via an extensions button, enabling Waterlogue to present its own UI within Photos.
 
2:32 - Auction widget allows eBay bid updates within Notification Center.
 
2:32 - Bing translation available for in-line translation.
 
2:33 - Pinterest integration enables quick pinning from within browser.
 
2:33 - Finally allowing system-wide third-party keyboards.
 
2:34 - Keyboards restricted within sandbox, can ask for access to network for additional capabilities.
 
2:34 - Extensions (including keyboards)
 
 
 
 
2:34 - Touch ID API being offered for use by third-party apps.
 
2:35 - Fingerprint information is never exposed to third-party apps.
 
2:35 - Third party access to TouchID
 
 
 
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2:35 - Camera APIs are being offered to developers.
 
2:36 - New HomeKit system serves as management hub for home automation gear.
 
2:36 - HomeKit
 
 
 
 
 
 
2:36 - Common network protocol with secure pairing to control individual devices, group devices into scenes. Also integrates with Siri.
 
2:37 - Next up ... CloudKit.
 
2:38 - Service takes over cloud kit, provides iCloud authentication and other services. "Free ... with limits." Scales based on number of users.
 
2:38 - CloudKit is free for developers
 
 
2:39 - "Metal" for iOS minimizes OpenGL overhead to fully utilize A7 chip. Up to 10X faster call rates.
 
2:39 - Metal layer for graphics
 
 
 
2:39 - Apple has been working with leading developers of gaming engines.
 
2:40 - "Plants vs. Zombies" puts 1.3M triangles on the screen at the same time, depth of field effects that have never been able to be on mobile.
 
2:41 - Epic Games founder Tim Sweeney takes the stage to demonstrate Metal capabilities.
 
2:41 - Demo shows zen garden 3D environment run in realtime.
 
2:44 - SpriteKit (introduced last year) "has been a big hit," enhanced with support for light sources, field forces, per-pixel physics, inverse kinematics.
 
2:45 - For the first time on iOS... SceneKit... a 3D scene renderer designed for casual games with physics support and scripted actions.
 
2:45 - ..
 
 
 
 
2:45 - Next up ... Xcode. Last version was downloaded 14 million times.
 
2:46 - New programming language -- Swift. Like Objective-C "without the baggage of C"
 
2:47 - Swift - new programming language
 
 
 
 
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2:47 - Faster than Objective-C, with full suite of modern capabilities.
 
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2:48 - Completely native to Cocoa and Cocoa Touch, works alongside C and Objective-C in the same application.
 
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2:49 - Chris Lattner comes on stage to demonstrate Swift coding in "playground" environment, with code demonstrated on sidebar.
 
2:54 - Swift will be supported in App Store from day-one of iOS 8 launch.
 
2:55 - iOS 8 beta available today.
 
2:57 - Tim Cook concludes by asking Apple employees in the WWDC crowd to stand up for applause.
 
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2:58 - "I hope everyone has a huge conference. Enjoy the week."
 
Previous Live Event Coverage:

WWDC 2014, June 02, 2014
Apple fiscal Q4 conference call, October 28, 2013
Apple's October 22 media event, October 22, 2013
Apple's September 10 event, September 09, 2013
Samsung Unpacked at IFA, September 04, 2013
Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 2, September 04, 2013
Apple fiscal Q3 2013 , July 23, 2013
WWDC 2013 Keynote, June 10, 2013
Apple fiscal Q2 2013 earnings call, April 23, 2013
Apple iPad mini unveiling, October 23, 2012
Apple iPhone 5 launch event, September 12, 2012
Apple Financial Conference Call Q3 2012, July 24, 2012
Live 2012 WWDC Coverage, June 11, 2012
Apple fiscal Q2 2012 results call, April 24, 2012
Apple cash balance call, March 19, 2012
Apple's iPad 3 Event, March 07, 2012
Apple fiscal Q1 2012 results call, January 24, 2012
Apple FYQ4 Quarterly Results, October 18, 2011
Apple - Let's Talk iPhone, October 04, 2011
Apple July Conference Call, July 19, 2011
Live WWDC 2011 Event Coverage, June 06, 2011
Google I/O 2011 day one keynote, May 10, 2011
Apple fiscal Q2 2011 results call, April 20, 2011
March 2 iPad event, March 02, 2011
Intel Thunderbolt Technology, February 24, 2011
HP webOS event, February 09, 2011
Google Android event, February 02, 2011
Apple January January 2011 fiscal results call, January 18, 2011
Verizon NYC Event, January 11, 2011
Google Chrome Event, December 07, 2010
Acer's Interact event, November 23, 2010
Back to the Mac, October 20, 2010
Apple's FYQ4 2010 results, October 18, 2010
Google TV Intro, October 12, 2010
Apple Sept 1 music event, September 01, 2010
BlackBerry August 3 Event, August 03, 2010
Apple iPhone 4 Press Conference, July 16, 2010
Sony E3 Keynote, June 15, 2010
Nintendo E3 Keynote, June 15, 2010
Microsoft E3 Keynote, June 14, 2010
WWDC 2010, June 07, 2010
D8 conference 2010, June 01, 2010
Google I/O Keynote II, May 09, 2010
Google I/O Keynote, May 19, 2010
Apple earnings - 2010, April 20, 2010
iPhone OS 4.0, April 08, 2010

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