Beats 1 radio station announced. Worldwide radio station. “All the ways you love music. All in one place.”
Apple Music announced.
Siri can now display certain glances on Watch.
Siri on Watch can control HomeKit devices.
Reply to emails on Watch now.
Watch now has nightstand mode and an alarm.
Time Travel on Watch. See future and past events, weather, etc.
App developers can add “complications” for watch faces.
New watch faces including photos and albums. Time-lapse faces.
Native apps for Watch now possible thanks to new version of Watch OS.
100 billion apps downloaded from App Store now.
iOS 9 public beta signup available at beta.apple.com.
Swift 2. Swift is now open source.
Carplay now supports apps made by automakers. Carplay is going cordless for the future.
New health metrics can be tracked in HealthKit including water consumption and reproductive health.
Upgrading to iOS 9 takes far less space.
New two-factor authentication for iCloud.
With new iOS, iPhone users should get about an hour of additional battery. New low power mode for iOS — can extend battery life for an additional 3 hours.
Split view only available on latest iPad.
New picture-in-picture video capabilities on iPad.
New iPad multitasking capabilities. New task switcher. Multi-app, multi-touch. 4-finger swiping. Adjustable screen split.
New shortcuts added to iPad’s QuickType keyboard. iPad keyboard now acts like a trackpad.
Local news and bloggers won’t be left out of News app.
New News app designed for privacy from the ground up.
Explore feature in News will show personalized publisher/channel suggestions.
Media organizations can build articles specifically for News. Can bookmark articles to read later.
Apple’s Flipboard competitor.
New personalized News app.
Maps will now tell you which merchants support Apple Pay.
Can now get walking directions within buildings such as train depots.
Public transit maps now available.
Notes sync across all devices via iCloud.
Checklists, sketches, photos and hand-drawn notes for Notes.
New Notes for iOS toolbar.
Passbook has been renamed Wallet.
Can now use loyalty and rewards cards using Apple Pay. Including Kohls, JCPenney, Dunkin Donuts and more.
Apple Pay now coming to UK. London commuters will be able to pay for their rides using Apple Pay.
Soon Pinterest will launch Buyable Pins using Apple Pay and only on iOS.
New apps that work with Apple Pay.
New Square readers that will work with Apple Pay for small businesses.
New merchants supporting Apple Pay this year.
Discover cards now work with Apple Pay.
New Siri features all happen on-device for privacy reasons. Apple not interested in mining your data.
Can ask Siri to display photos from San Francisco 1 year ago. New photo scrubber bar on the bottom of Photos app.
Use search to handle conversions.
When you plug in headphones, music app will launch (like for exercise).
Phone will suggest the first app you might want to use in the morning.
App deep linking from Siri searches.
New Siri search capabilities based on recent activities. Siri search API.
iPhone can automatically add calendar invites.
Siri smart enough to understand to remind you to grab coffee off car roof before you get in the car because it knows when you get in the car.
Siri 40% more accurate now and also 40% faster than before.
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The public will be able to get their hands on El Capitan with a public beta in July and a full release in the fall.
Metal coming to Mac.
Performance. Everything is much faster on El Capitan.
New split view/windows and better Mission Control. New Notes app. Can drag links from Safari.
New fullscreen Mail features like compose tabs.
In Finder, can search for items like: “documents I worked on last June.”
Spotlight has new tricks like searching for Weather or sports scores.
New Pinned Sites features in Safari. Also mute audio or find out which tab it’s coming from.
iOS like gestures for Mark as Unread and Delete in Mac’s Mail app.
OS X El Capitan is the new name of OS X.
Yosemite has fastest adoption rate of any OS ever.
Craig’s here to talk about OS X.
Tim Cook takes the stage.
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