WWDC 2018: Highlights from the Apple Keynote @ San Jose
Apple celebrates 20 million App developers on its iOS and mac platforms.
Tim Cook welcomes developers from 77 different countries to WWDC 2018.
Craig Federighi introduces iOS 12, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system.
LEGO’s director of innovation Martin Sanders demos LEGO AR City, which uses ARKit 2 features including shared experiences, persistent AR and 3D object detection.
Adobe’s executive vice president and CTO Abhay Parasnis talks about usdz, the new open file format developed in collaboration with Pixar.
Kimberly Beverett demos features in Siri Shortcuts, such as ordering a coffee in the morning or making travel plans.
Susan Prescott introduces new app features in iOS 12, including Apple News, Stocks and the redesigned Apple Books.
Kelsey Peterson creates her personalised Memoji character.
New Apple Watch features, such as the new rainbow Pride band, Student ID and Walkie-Talkie, are introduced by Apple’s Kevin Lynch.
Julz Arney hops on a stationary bike to demonstrate new watchOS 5 capabilities, from competitive Activity Rings to enhanced web page interaction.
Jen Folse shows new tvOS 12 aerial screensaver features on Apple TV 4K, including aerials shot from space by NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station.
Ann Thai exhibits the fresh look and rich editorial content included in the brand new Mac App Store.
A WWDC guest tries out SwiftShot in the AR game room.
An Apple team member helps an attendee explore new iPad ARKit 2 capabilities.
Global fitness star Kayla Itsines from SWEAT conducts a morning bootcamp for developers.