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It's been a jam-packed first day at WWDC, full of exciting news from the Keynote and Platforms State of the Union. We'll zoom through the highlights — and give you a sneak peek of what's coming tomorrow.
♪ Serenity Caldwell: Hey everyone. I'm Serenity Caldwell at Apple, and here's what went down on day one at WWDC.
The biggest news of the day is definitely Apple's silicon...
Let's take it from the top. Tim Cook: Good morning.
Serenity: iOS 14 is here.
There's App Library and widgets on your Home screen.
Siri now has 20 times more facts.
Hey Siri, how many facts is that? Siri: That's a lot of facts.
Serenity: Cycling directions are coming to iPhone and to Apple Watch and to Mac.
Oh, and hello EV routing.
Digital car keys...
Emily Schubert: Let me show you how it works.
Serenity: ...Mind blown.
There were App Clips and App Clip Tags.
We learned to Scribble in iPadOS 14.
Spatial audio comes to AirPods Pro. Apple Watch now tracks dancing.
There's Face Sharing and a new Sleep app.
I'm up! We learned about the importancce of privacy, privacy and...
Craig Federighi: ...privacy principles.
Serenity: Home cameras have face recognition. Knock, knock.
And what about macOS Big Sur? Look at that all new design.
Message effects and Memoji in Messages.
New customizable start page, privacy report, and translation in Safari.
And did I mention Big Sur is macOS version 11? Then we talked about Unity on Mac, Swift UI, Xcode's document tabs, and how widgets share code across platforms.
What a day! There's so much to look forward to.
♪ And now check out what's happening tomorrow.
♪ Even more cool stuff on the way.
See you then.
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