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The Apple Design Awards honors excellence in innovation, ingenuity, and technical achievement in app and game design. Watch along as we reveal and celebrate the 2022 winners.
The Apple Design Awards honors excellence in innovation, ingenuity, and technical achievement in app and game design. Watch along as we reveal and celebrate the 2022 winners.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off with exciting reveals, inspiration, and new opportunities. Join the worldwide developer community for an in-depth look at the future of Apple platforms, directly from Apple Park.
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off with exciting reveals, inspiration, and new opportunities. Join the worldwide developer community for an in-depth look at the future of Apple platforms, directly from Apple Park.
It's time for your Day 1 report from Apple HQ. Check out all the exciting announcements and new technologies unveiled at WWDC22 — and learn more about what's coming tomorrow.recap
Learn how you can make your Unity games accessible on Apple platforms using our open source Accessibility plug-in. Follow along as we add support for assistive technologies like VoiceOver and Switch Control to a sample Unity game project. We'll show you how you can automatically scale text with Dynamic Type, support interface accommodations like reduced transparency or increased contrast, and more.
Explore how you can use Variable Color to make SF Symbols even more expressive. We'll show you how system-provided symbols use variable color and provide best practices and guidance for using it effectively. We'll also help you learn how to incorporate variable color into custom symbols using the SF Symbols app and its annotation tools.color,glyph,icon,symbol
Discover advanced desktop-class editing features that can help people accelerate their productivity in your app. Learn how you can provide more interactions inline with your UI to help people quickly access editing features and make your iPadOS app feel right at home on macOS with Mac Catalyst. We'll also explore the highly-customizable find interaction and learn how the system UI can help people consistently find content in your app.
Discover how you can use iPhone as an external camera in any Mac app with Continuity Camera. Whether you're building video conferencing software or an experience that makes creative use of cameras, we'll show you how you can enhance your app with automatic camera switching. We'll also explore how to recognize user-preferred and system-preferred cameras, take you through APIs for high-resolution and high-quality photo capture from iPhone's video stream, and more. To learn more about camera capture, watch "Discover advancements in iOS camera capture" from WWDC22.
Discover how you can easily connect Thunderbolt and USB accessories to iPad with DriverKit. We'll show you how to convert your existing Mac drivers without any code changes, learn how to add real-time audio support with AudioDriverKit, and provide best practices and tips for developing drivers for iPad.
Follow along as we demonstrate how you can use Object Capture and RealityKit to bring real-world objects into an augmented reality game. We'll show you how to capture detailed items using the Object Capture framework, add them to a RealityKit project in Xcode, apply stylized shaders and animations, and use them as part of an AR experience. We'll also share best practices when working with ARKit, RealityKit, and Object Capture. To get the most out of this session, we recommend first watching "Dive into RealityKit 2" and "Create 3D models with Object Capture" from WWDC21.ar,arkit,augmented reality
Learn how you can easily prototype and build apps with Swift Playgrounds. We'll show you how to create an app from a blank project, build its interface with SwiftUI, and use Swift Package Manager to add extra functionality from an open source package. We'll also explore how you can debug issues using Previews and the console and take you through submitting an app to App Store Connect for distribution via TestFlight.
Meet the Data Scanner in VisionKit: This framework combines AVCapture and Vision to enable live capture of machine-readable codes and text through a simple Swift API. We'll show you how to control the types of content your app can capture by specifying barcode symbologies and language selection. We'll also explore how you can enable guidance in your app, customize item highlighting or regions of interest, and handle interactions after your app detects an item. For more on interacting with Live Text through still images or paused video frames, watch "Add Live Text interaction to your app" from WWDC22.
Our widgets code-along returns as we adventure onto the watchOS and iOS Lock Screen. Learn about the latest improvements to WidgetKit that help power complex complications on watchOS and can help you create Lock Screen widgets for iPhone. We'll show you how to incorporate the latest SwiftUI views to provide great glanceable data, explore how each platform renders content, and learn how you can customize the design and feel of your content within a widget or complication.
Discover how you can use AVFoundation to keep people focused on your media app's content — not your loading spinner. We'll show you how to support a responsive and fluid interface in your app, all while you create rich audiovisual compositions, load audiovisual assets, and prepare media thumbnails. Find out how you can perform these tasks on your app's main thread while I/O processes in parallel, learn how to get top-notch playback performance when loading data from custom storage, and more. To get the most out of this session, we recommend first watching "What's new in AVFoundation” from WWDC21.async load,avasset,avassetresourceloader,avasynchronouskeyvalueloading,avcomposition,latency,thumbnail
Learn how you can use the Virtualization framework to quickly create virtual machines on your Mac. We'll show you how to create a virtual Mac and quickly test changes to your app in an isolated environment. We'll also explore how you can install and run full Linux distributions on Apple silicon, and share how you can take advantage of Rosetta 2 to run x86-64 Linux binaries.
RoomPlan can help your app quickly create simplified parametric 3D scans of a room. Learn how you can use this API to easily add a room scanning experience. We'll show you how to adopt this API, explore the 3D parametric output, and share best practices to help your app get great results with every scan.ar,arkit,augmented reality
HLS Content Steering dynamically steers clients to different servers based on load and redundancy. We'll take you through the latest updates to this framework and explore how you can introduce dynamically spawned CDNs to existing HLS clients with Pathway Cloning. We'll also share how you can achieve global traffic steering with bucket-based Steering Server rules and more.adaptive playback,cdn switching,error fallback,load balance,traffic steering,video streaming
Harness the full potential of Apple silicon in your app with Metal 3. We'll introduce you to the latest features, improvements, and tooling. We'll also explore how you can use advanced features and compiler tools to load resources faster, compile shader binaries at build time, process complex geometry with mesh shaders, render high-resolution graphics in less time, train machine learning networks faster, and more.game dev,game developer,metal,metal 3,metal compute,metal shading language,metal tools,proapps,raytracing,ray tracing
Learn how you can make your app more discoverable and increase app engagement when you use the App Intents framework. We'll take you through the powerful capabilities of this Swift framework, explore the differences between App Intents and SiriKit Intents, and show you how you can expose your app's functionality to the system. We'll also share how you can build entities and queries to create rich App Shortcuts experiences. To learn more about App Intents, watch "Implement App Shortcuts with App Intents" and "Design App Shortcuts" from WWDC22.
Discover how you can help improve communication and collaboration in your app with Collaboration in Messages. Learn how to tie a document to Messages conversations for simple sharing and discussion. Explore how you can keep everyone in the conversation up to date on the latest activity in the document. And find out how you can add customizable UI in your app to manage collaboration details and connect documents to Messages conversations and FaceTime calls. To learn more about the SharedWithYou framework, we recommend watching "Add Shared with You to your app.” For more information on adding collaboration APIs to apps that have custom collaboration infrastructure, check out "Integrate your custom collaboration app with Messages.” (Note: API will be available in an upcoming beta.)
We're coming in loud and clear to help you bring walkie-talkie communication to your app — over! Discover how you can add prominent system UI to your Push to Talk app, enabling rapid communication with the tap of a button. We'll introduce you to the PushToTalk framework and show you how to configure your apps to transmit and receive audio — even from the background. To get the most out of this session, we recommend familiarity with handling audio transmission on your app backend. We also recommend a basic understanding of APNs.
Discover how you can enhance and personalize your app using MusicKit. We'll take you through the latest additions to the MusicKit framework and explore how you can bring music content to your app through requests, metadata, and more.apple music,music,musickit,music library,playlists,songs,swift
CarPlay is a smarter, safer way to use your iPhone while you drive. Learn about the latest app types for CarPlay and discover how the CarPlay Simulator can help you develop and test apps without leaving your desk. We'll also explore how navigation apps can connect with digital instrument clusters in supported vehicles.,,audio,car,communication,driving task,ev charging,fueling,navigation,parking,quick food ordering
Discover how you can get the most out of Xcode Cloud, Apple's continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) service. We'll take you through an overview of Xcode Cloud and how it connects with Xcode and App Store Connect. We'll also explore the Xcode Cloud Usage Dashboard in App Store Connect, and learn how you can use this tool to help optimize your build and release process across multiple team projects.
Find out how Bluetooth devices can send timely and relevant alerts to Apple Watch. We'll show you how to take advantage of periodic data in complications, explore background peripheral discovery, and help you learn how to use characteristic monitoring in watchOS. We'll also share best practices and design guidance for creating a great Bluetooth accessory.
Create ML makes it easy to build custom machine learning models for image classification, object detection, sound classification, hand pose classification, action classification, tabular data regression, and more. And with the Create ML Components framework, you can further customize underlying tasks and improve your model. We'll explore the feature extractors, transformers, and estimators that make up these tasks, and show you how you can combine them with other components and pre-processing steps to build custom tasks for concepts like image regression. For more information on creating complex customizable tasks, we recommend watching "Compose advanced models with Create ML Components" from WWDC22.
Meet Developer Mode — required on iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and watchOS 9 to install, run, and debug your apps during development. We'll show you how you to opt in to Developer Mode on your devices, and how to enable Developer Mode in your automation workflows.devmodectl,distribution,provisioning profiles,xcode
Say hello to Swift Charts — a flexible framework that helps you create charts entirely in SwiftUI that look and feel right at home on all Apple platforms. Discover how you can use compositional syntax to make informative, delightful, and accessible charts with less code. We'll share the building blocks for making visualizations with Swift Charts, and explore how you can change your charts' design with a simple modifier. We'll also take you through the latest updates to Xcode Previews to help you chart a path toward an engaging experience.accessibility,animation,area,array of structs,audio graphs,bar,bar chart,bar marks,charts,collection,composition,custom marks,data,declarative,declarative syntax,food truck,foreground style,identifable,labels,line,line chart,linemark,line style,mark properties,marks,multiplatform,ostensible,pancakes,picker,point,pointmark,preview,rectangle,rule,sonification,swiftui,symbol,symbols,symbol size,variants,visual elements,voice over,x axis,x position,y axis,y position
Discover how you can create Shortcuts in your app with zero user setup. We'll show you how App Intents can help you present custom Shortcuts views, and explore how you can add support for parameterized phrases to allow people to quickly express their intent. We'll also share how you can make your App Shortcuts discoverable with a Siri Tip, and Shortcuts links. To get the most out of this session, we recommend a basic familiarity with SwiftUI.
Discover how you can use fast resource streaming in Metal 3 to quickly load assets. We'll show you how to use an asynchronous set-it-and-forget-it workflow in your app to take advantage of the speed of SSD storage and the throughput of Apple silicon's unified memory architecture. We'll also explore how you can create separate queues that run parallel to — and synchronize with — your GPU render and compute work. Finally, we'll share how to designate assets like audio with high-priority queues to help you load data with lower latency.3d graphics,game,game dev,game developer,metal,metal 3,metal tools,raytracing
Simplify your app's mapping architecture by implementing the Apple Maps stack across MapKit, MapKit JS, and Apple Maps Server APIs. Learn how these APIs can reduce network calls and increase power efficiency, which can help improve the overall performance of your app. We'll show you how to use geocoding and estimated time of arrival APIs to build functionality for a simple store locator, and explore the API authentication flow.
Discover how you can customize app behaviors based on someone's currently enabled Focus. We'll show you how to use App Intents to define your app's Focus filters, act on changes from the system, and present your app's views in different ways. We'll also explore how you can filter notifications and update badge counts. To get the most out of this session, we recommend first watching "Dive into App Intents" from WWDC22.
Discover the latest open source Swift package from Apple: Swift Async Algorithms. We'll explore algorithms from this package that you can use with AsyncSequence, including zip, merge, and throttle. Follow along with us as we use these algorithms to build a great messaging app. We'll also share best practices for combining multiple AsyncSequences and using the Swift Clock type to work with values over time. To get the most out of this session, we recommend watching "Meet AsyncSequence."
Learn how you can process strings more effectively when you take advantage of Swift Regex. Come for concise literals but stay for Regex builders — a new, declarative approach to string processing. We'll also explore the Unicode models in String and share how Swift Regex can make Unicode-correct processing easy.
WeatherKit offers valuable weather data for your apps and services to help people stay up to date on the latest conditions. Learn how to use Swift and REST APIs to access information about the current weather, 10-day hourly forecasts for temperature, expected precipitation, wind reports, the UV Index, and more. We'll also share how WeatherKit can provide timely, hyperlocal weather information without compromising someone's personal data or their privacy.api,browser,rest,weather,web
Bring better notifications to your websites and web apps in Safari on macOS with Web Push. We'll show you how you can remotely send notifications to people through the web standards-based combination of Push API, Notifications API, and Service Workers.
Learn how you can bring desktop-class features to your iPad app. Explore updates to UINavigationBar that bring more discoverability and customizability to your app's features. Find out how the latest updates to UIKit can help make it easier and faster for people to explore content in your app. Lastly, we'll share a few updates on how it's easier than ever to bring your iPad app to the desktop with Mac Catalyst.
It's time for a security upgrade: Learn how to add support for passkeys to create a quick and easy sign in experience for people, all while offering a radical increase to account security. Passkeys are simple and strong credentials built to eliminate phishing attacks. We'll share how passkeys are designed with security in mind, show you how people will use them, go over how to integrate passkeys in your log in flow, and explore the platform and web APIs you need to adopt this feature.
Help make your Unity app or game an even better experience on Apple platforms. Learn how you can add Apple technologies directly to your projects with six plug-ins: Apple.Core, Game Center, Game Controller, Accessibility, Core Haptics, and PHASE. We'll show you how you can add new gameplay mechanics, make your games more accessible, and tap into the latest Apple features and services.game center,game controller,game controllers,game dev,game developer,haptic,haptics,phase,plugin,plugin,plugins,unity,unity plugins
Your C++ games and apps can now tap into the power of Metal. We'll show you how metal-cpp helps you bridge your C++ code to Metal, explore how each manages object lifecycles, and demonstrate utilities that can help these language cooperate in your app. We'll also share best practices for designing app architecture to elegantly integrate Objective-C and C++ together.c,game dev,game developer,metal 3,metalcpp
Discover best practices and techniques to help craft magical AR experiences for iPhone and iPad. We'll provide guidance to help you determine if AR is a good fit for your experience, explore examples of great AR apps, and take you through key considerations when designing for augmented reality.ar,arkit,augmented reality,design,mr
The recipe for a great app begins with a clear and robust navigation structure. Join the SwiftUI team in our proverbial coding kitchen and learn how you can cook up a great experience for your app. We'll introduce you to SwiftUI's navigation stack and split view features, show you how you can link to specific areas of your app, and explore how you can quickly and easily restore navigational state.
Learn how you can optimize your app with the Swift Concurrency template in Instruments. We'll discuss common performance issues and show you how to use Instruments to find and resolve these problems. Learn how you can keep your UI responsive, maximize parallel performance, and analyze Swift concurrency activity within your app. To get the most out of this session, we recommend familiarity with Swift concurrency (including tasks and actors).swift,swift concurrency
Explore the latest updates to App Clips! Discover how we've made your App Clip even easier to build with improvements to the size limit as well as CloudKit and keychain usage. We'll also show you how to use our validation tool to verify your App Clip and automate workflows for your advanced App Clip experiences using App Store Connect.15 mb,advanced app clip,api,app clip code,app clip experience,app clip testing,app group container,app store connect,associated domain,attributes,banner,cloudkit,developer settings,diagnostics,included,keychain,keychain migration,local keychain,migration,physical code,public database,qr code,relationships,resource id,size limit,smart banner,transferred from app clip to app,universal link
Discover the latest advances in Mac app development using AppKit. We'll take you through the latest updates to SF Symbols, show you how you can elevate your interface with enhanced controls, and help you learn to coordinate your windows with Stage Manager. We'll also explore the latest sharing and collaboration features for macOS.
Discover the latest updates to Create ML. We'll share improvements to Create ML's evaluation tools that can help you understand how your custom models will perform on real-world data. Learn how you can check model performance on each type of image in your test data and identify problems within individual images to help you troubleshoot mistaken classifications, poorly labeled data, and other errors. We'll also show you how to test your model with iPhone and iPad in live preview using Continuity Camera, and share how you can take Action Classification even further with the new Repetition Counting capabilities of the Create ML Components framework. To learn more about all that Create ML can bring to your app, watch "Classify hand poses and actions with Create ML" and "Build dynamic iOS apps with the Create ML framework" from WWDC21.
Discover how the Nearby Interaction framework can help you easily integrate Ultra Wideband (UWB) into your apps and hardware accessories. Learn how you can combine the visual-spatial power of ARKit with the radio sensitivity of the U1 chip to locate nearby stationary objects with precision. We'll also show you how you can create background interactions using UWB accessories paired via Bluetooth.
Explore the latest updates to SF Symbols, Apple's extensive library of iconography designed to integrate seamlessly with San Francisco, the system font for all Apple platforms. Discover the latest additions to the SF Symbols library and new categories in the app. Learn about the new Automatic behavior, which chooses the rendering mode that best highlights what's unique about the symbol's characteristics. See how to use the new Variable Color feature to make a symbol more dynamic. We'll also learn about a more efficient way of annotating symbols with the new unified approach. To get the most out of this session, we recommend first watching “What's new in SF Symbols” from WWDC21.categories,glyph,icon,template
Explore the latest features in Safari and WebKit and learn how you can make better and more powerful websites. We'll take you on a tour through the latest updates to HTML, CSS enhancements, Web Inspector tooling, Web APIs, and more.
Join us as we share the latest updates to SharePlay. We'll show you how you can start SharePlay sessions right from your app, take you through improvements to APIs to create richer experiences, and check out enhancements to GroupSessionMessenger. We'll also explore best practices for adding SharePlay to your app.
Join us for an update on Swift. We'll take you through performance improvements, explore more secure and extensible Swift packages, and share advancements in Swift concurrency. We'll also introduce you to Swift Regex, better generics, and other tools built into the language to help you write more flexible & expressive code.
It's a SwiftUI party — and you're invited! Join us as we share the latest updates and a glimpse into the future of UI framework design. Discover deep levels of customization, advanced techniques for layout, elegant strategies for sharing, and rock-solid structural approaches for designing an app top-to-bottom in SwiftUI. We'll also have some celebratory fun as we play with the latest graphical effects and explore APIs.
Discover the latest updates and improvements to UIKit and learn how to build better iPadOS, iOS, and Mac Catalyst apps. We'll take you through UI refinements, productivity updates, API enhancements, and more. We'll also help you explore improvements to performance, security, and privacy.
Discover the latest productivity and performance advancements in Xcode 14. We'll introduce you to the fully redesigned SwiftUI canvas experience, explore enhancements to code completion and navigation, and take you through performance improvements we've made throughout the entire development process. We'll also show you how you can now read and respond to feedback on your TestFlight builds without ever leaving Xcode.
Explore enhancements to device management across Apple platforms. Improve device deployment workflows using the latest version of Apple Configurator for iPhone. Learn about identity technologies and MDM protocol updates for macOS, iOS and iPadOS. We'll also share an exciting change in how we provide device management documentation.configuration,configurator,dns,education,enrollment,enterprise,esim,identity,idp,management,mdm,networking,oauth,privacy,profile,profiles,security,shared ipad,software update
Learn how you can make your in-app purchase experience even better on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. We'll take you through enhancements to StoreKit 2 and App Store Server API, and explore improvements to App Store Server Notifications. Discover how you can verify app purchases with App Transaction API, add properties to your StoreKit models, incorporate SwiftUI-friendly APIs and StoreKit Messages, and preserve applicationUsername in transactions. For those working server-side, we'll show you how to make the most of App Store Server Notifications, additional ways to retrieve user transaction history, and recovery steps when your server experiences an outage.storekit
Notarization works in tandem with macOS to help people safely download software for their Mac outside of the App Store. Learn about the required transition from altool to notarytool and how the Xcode GUI can help you achieve better overall performance when notarizing your app. We'll also share information about APIs for interacting with the Notary service from any internet-connected machine.malware,notarizing,notary,webhook
Learn how you can bring Live Text support for still photos or paused video frames to your app. We'll share how you can easily enable text interactions, translation, data detection, and QR code scanning within any image view on iOS, iPadOS, or macOS. We'll also go over how to control interaction types, manage the supplementary interface, and resolve potential gesture conflicts. To learn more about capturing and interacting with detected data in live camera feeds, watch "Capture machine-readable codes and text with VisionKit" from WWDC22.
Shared with You helps people easily find content in your app that someone has shared with them in Messages. Learn how you can support Shared with You in your app and continue the messaging experience right with the content. We'll show you how pinning can give implicit Shared with You permission and can elevate content to be automatically shared. We'll also go over how to present Shared with You content in a Shared with You shelf and visually represent shared items with a Shared with You attribution view.
Discover how you can simplify development of your device management solution with the declarative approach. We'll take you through the latest updates to platform support and explore protocol enhancements for status and predicates.business,declarative,device management,education,enterprise,mdm
Discover MetalFX, a new API that provides platform optimized graphics effects for Metal applications. With MetalFX Upscaling, your application can now render frames at a lower resolution, reducing rendering time, without compromising rendering quality. We'll also show you how and when to use its two effects: spatial upscaling, which delivers substantial performance gains, and temporal AA and upscaling, which delivers the highest quality rendering.game dev,game developer,games,metal,metal 3,metalfx,metalfx upscaling,metal tools,performance
Discover all the different ways you can transform your iOS app into a great macOS experience. We'll explore best practices for bringing your app to the Mac, whether you ship an iPad app for M1 Macs or build something for all Macs using Mac Catalyst. Learn about the latest tools, options, and APIs to help you deliver enhanced experiences. We'll also show you how you can optimize your app for the Mac, and find out how desktop class iPad features automatically transform into Mac-native options when built using Mac Catalyst.
Discover how you can create iPad apps that take advantage of desktop class features. Join Mohammed from the UIKit team as we explore the latest navigation, collection view, menu, and editing APIs and learn best practices for building powerful iPad apps. Code along with this session in real time or download our sample app to use as a reference for updating your own code.
Your wrist has never been more productive. Discover how you can use SwiftUI and system features to build a great productivity app for Apple Watch. We'll show you how you can design great work experiences for the wrist, and explore how you can get text input, display a basic chart, and share content with friends.
Learn how you can run your apps on devices around the world and help everyone have a great experience — regardless of the language they speak. We'll explore how Apple APIs can provide a solid foundation when creating apps for diverse audiences, and we'll share examples, challenges, and best practices from our own experiences.,,,formatters,i10n,international,internationalization,l18n,stringsdict,swift packages,swiftui,translation
Take your custom machine learning models to the next level with Create ML Components. We'll show you how to work with temporal data like video or audio and compose models that can count repetitive human actions or provide advanced sound classification. We'll also share best practices on using incremental fitting to speed up model training with new data. For an introduction to custom machine learning models, watch "Get to know Create ML Components" from WWDC22.
SwiftUI now offers powerful tools to level up your layouts and arrange views for your app's interface. We'll introduce you to the Grid container, which helps you create highly customizable, two-dimensional layouts, and show you how you can use the Layout protocol to build your own containers with completely custom behavior. We'll also explore how you can create seamless animated transitions between your layout types, and share tips and best practices for creating great interfaces.anylayout,apply different layouts,arrange buttons,bounds,button,cache inout void,cat,columns,dog,equalwidthhstack,equatable,frame,geometry reader,goldfish,grid,gridcolumnalignment,gridrow,identifiable,layout,layout protocol,layout tools,lazy grid,lazyhgrid,leading edge,origin,placesubviews,rows,sizethatfits,trailing edge,view,view modifier,view spacing,viewthatfits,vstack
Learn how you can build guided instructional content designed for Swift Playgrounds. Follow along with us as we explore how you can add a guide to a completed sample code project. We'll demonstrate how to add tasks to your learning center to show off relevant code and optional experiment tasks that encourage learners to extend the project with code of their own.swift playgrounds
Privacy Nutrition Labels help people understand your app's privacy practices. Discover how you can take inventory of your current data habits and learn best practices for creating your app's Privacy Nutrition Label on your App Store product page.
Learn how you can surface great features from your app directly in Siri, Spotlight, and the Shortcuts app. We'll introduce you to App Shortcuts, provide best practices to help you evaluate features in your app that would work well as App Shortcuts, and take you through the process of creating one of your own. Learn how to create clear and memorable names, design custom visuals, collect required information, and create discoverable shortcuts
Learn how to design focused, approachable, and accessible charts. We'll show you how to design great charts with clear marks, axes, descriptions, interaction, and color and help you create useful experiences for everyone.
Learn how you can enhance your app with charts to communicate data with more clarity and appeal. We'll show you when to use charts, how to use them and how they work together in a chart design system.
Discover how you can take advantage of advanced camera capture features in your app. We'll show you how to use the LiDAR scanner to create photo and video effects and perform accurate depth measurement. Learn how your app can use the camera for picture-in-picture or multitasking, control face-driven autofocus and autoexposure during camera capture, and more. We'll also share strategies for using multiple video outputs so that you can optimize live preview while capturing high-quality video output. For an overview on camera capture capabilities, watch "What's new in camera capture" from WWDC21.
Find out how you can deliver a coordinated playback experience in SharePlay when your app delivers different ad schedules to each participant. We'll explore how to build playback experiences with stitched-in ads and scheduled HLS interstitials, and share tips and best practices.
Join us as we explore one of the core concepts in Swift concurrency: isolation of tasks and actors. We'll take you through Swift's approach to eliminating data races and its effect on app architecture. We'll also discuss the importance of atomicity in your code, share the nuances of Sendable checking to maintain isolation, and revisit assumptions about ordering work in a concurrent system.
Generics are a fundamental tool for writing abstract code in Swift. Learn how you can identify opportunities for abstraction as your code evolves, evaluate strategies for writing one piece of code with many behaviors, and discover language features in Swift 5.7 that can help you make generic code easier to write and understand.
EDR is Apple's High Dynamic Range representation and rendering pipeline. Explore how you can render HDR content using EDR in your app and unleash the dynamic range capabilities of HDR displays on iPhone and iPad. We'll show how you can take advantage of the native EDR APIs on iOS, provide best practices to help you decide when HDR is appropriate, and share tips for tone-mapping and HDR content rendering. We'll also introduce you to Reference Mode and highlight how it provides a reference response to enable color-critical workflows such as color grading, editing, and content review.
Discover the latest advancements in tooling to help you generate, inspect, and convert Universal Scene Description (USD) assets. We'll learn about updates to these tools and help you integrate them into your content creation pipeline. We'll also explore the power of USD Hydra rendering, and show how you can integrate it into your own apps. For an introduction to USD, watch "Understand USD fundamentals" from WWDC22.ar,arkit,augmented reality
Learn how you can migrate to the latest App Store Server APIs and incorporate App Store Server Notifications. We'll help you get started with these tools and provide best practices to make the most of managing in-app purchases on your server. Discover how you can sign JSON Web Tokens, verify signed transactions, and migrate from verifyReceipt.storekit
Explore the navigation experience for Swift-DocC on the web. We'll show you how you can organize and optimize your content to help guide developers through documentation about your frameworks and applications. We'll also share enhanced techniques to help readers browse your documentation with ease.
Discover how the SharedWithYou framework can augment your app's collaboration infrastructure. We'll show you how to send secure invitations to collaborative content and synchronize participant changes. We'll also cover displaying content updates within the relevant conversation. For an introduction to SharedWithYou, watch "Add Shared with You to your app" from WWDC22. For an overview of the collaboration UI APIs, watch "Enhance collaboration experiences with Messages" from WWDC22. (Note: API will be available in an upcoming beta.)
Discover how to improve your app's build and runtime linking performance. We'll take you behind the scenes to learn more about linking, your options, and the latest updates that improve the link performance of your app.
Explore the Apple Music API and MusicKit client frameworks. Learn how you can integrate Apple Music features into your web service or Android app, make requests to the Apple Music API to discover and fetch content, and personalize the experience for subscribers.
Discover how you can use the Background Assets framework to download large files directly from your CDN and improve the initial launch experience of your apps and games. We'll show you how to schedule background downloads during initial app install, app updates, and periodically as someone uses the app. We'll also explore how you can manage scheduled downloads to make sure people have the content they want, when they want it.
Learn how ScreenCaptureKit can deliver high-performance screen capture for your macOS screen sharing applications, video conferencing apps, game streaming services, and more. We'll explore the building blocks of this API, learn how to configure streams to capture on-screen video and audio content, and share tips for integrating it into your existing apps.audio capture,screen capture,screencapturekit,streaming,video capture
Meet Transferable: a model-layer protocol that allows for effortless support for sharing, drag and drop, copy/paste, and other features in your app. We'll explore how you can use the API for common use cases, and take advantage of advanced features to customize the behavior. We'll also share how you can optimize for memory efficiency when dealing with large amounts of data. Whether you're extending your models to share with other applications as strings or images or creating custom declared data types, Transferable can help you facilitate a great experience in your app.
Discover distributed actors — an extension of Swift's actor model that simplifies development of distributed systems. We'll explore how distributed actor isolation and location transparency can help you avoid the accidental complexity of networking, serialization, and other transport concerns when working with distributed apps and systems. To get the most out of this session, watch “Protect mutable state with Swift actors” from WWDC21.
Discover the latest additions to San Francisco – the system font for Apple platforms – and find out how they can provide more control and versatility when designing interfaces. In addition to weights and optical sizes, San Francisco now supports three new width styles: Condensed, Compressed, and Expanded. We'll also take you through the linguistic expansion of San Francisco and learn more about the feature-rich Arabic system font families: SF Arabic and SF Arabic Rounded.new york,san francisco,type,typeface,typography
Learn how Core ML works with the CPU, GPU, and Neural Engine to power on-device, privacy-preserving machine learning experiences for your apps. We'll explore the latest tools for understanding and maximizing the performance of your models. We'll also show you how to generate reports to easily understand your model performance characteristics, help you gain insight into your models with the Core ML Instrument, and take you through API enhancements to further optimize Core ML integration in your apps. To get the most out of this session, be sure to watch “Tune your Core ML models” from WWDC21.
Join us as we explore the three parts of the development cycle that can help you optimize your Core Data and CloudKit implementation. We'll show you how you can analyze your app's architecture and feature set to verify assumptions, explore changes in behavior after ingesting large data sets, and get actionable feedback to make improvements to your workflow. To get the most out of this session, we recommend familiarity with syncing your data model to CloudKit.
Don't be captured by CAPTCHAs! Private Access Tokens are a powerful alternative that help you identify HTTP requests from legitimate devices and people without compromising their identity or personal information. We'll show you how your app and server can take advantage of this tool to add confidence to your online transactions and preserve privacy.
Discover how you can use the latest authorization-focused APIs in LocalAuthentication to protect the privacy and security of people's data. We'll show you how LocalAuthentication can authorize access to secrets, keys, and other sensitive resources in your app, all while reducing complexity and relying on the security and usability of common local authentication methods such as Touch ID and Face ID.acl,biometric,lacontext,laright,lock,secure enclave,unlock
Discover how you can create personalized, individual experiences in your tvOS app. We'll show you how you can offer a single checkbox to store profile data, game save states, and more, providing each person with the same level of data separation they'd have on a personal device like iPhone. We'll also explore how the new user-independent keychain can help you maintain your existing sign on experience for multiple people in the same household.appletv,apple tv,apple tv 4k,content,content first,keychain,login,log in,multiuser,multi user,password,persona,personalizable,personalization,personalize,profile,profiles,runs as current user,signin,sign in,tv,tv app,tv apps,tv dev,tv developer,tvos,user,user independent,user management,users
Dive deep into data visualizations: Learn how Swift Charts and SwiftUI can help your apps represent complex datasets through a wide variety of chart options. We'll show you how to plot different kinds of data and compose marks to create more elaborate charts. We'll also take you through Swift Charts' extensive chart customization API to help you match the style of your charts to your app. To get the most out of this session, we recommend you begin with “Hello Swift Charts” from WWDC22.
Go beyond the basics of string processing with Swift Regex. We'll share an overview of Regex and how it works, explore Foundation's rich data parsers and discover how to integrate your own, and delve into captures. We'll also provide best practices for matching strings and wielding Regex-powered algorithms with ease.
Discover how you can support complex screen capture experiences for people using your app with ScreenCaptureKit. We'll explore many of the advanced options you can incorporate including fine tuning content filters, frame metadata interpretation, window pickers, and more. We'll also show you how you can configure your stream for optimal performance.audio capture,screen capture,screencapturekit,streaming,video capture
Discover how you can reduce in-app stutters, first launch times, and new level load times when you generate your GPU binaries entirely at project build time with offline compilation. We'll also show you how to improve total compile time and binary size for larger GPU programs using the "Optimize for size" compiler option.compilation,compiler,metal,metal shading language,metal tools,performance,xcode
Discover the fundamentals of Pixar's Universal Scene Description (USD) and learn how it can help you build great 3D assets and workflows. We'll introduce you to the core concepts behind USD and explore how you can integrate the format into your content creation pipeline. We'll also show you how to harness the power of USD by using composition to create flexible and versatile assets.ar,arkit,augmented reality
Learn how you can build apps for multiple Apple platforms using Xcode 14. We'll show you how to streamline app targets, maintain a common codebase, and share settings by default. We'll also explore how you can customize your app for each platform through conditionalizing your settings and code.
Bring the latest HealthKit features to your health & fitness app. We'll show you how to capture more detailed sleep data through sleep stages, track swim-bike-run and interval workouts with the enhanced Workout API, and save vision prescriptions — including an image of the physical prescription — directly to HealthKit while preserving privacy.
Join us for an exciting update on Swift-DocC and learn how you can write and share documentation for your own projects. We'll explore improvements to Swift-DocC navigation and share how you can compile documentation for application targets and Objective-C code. We'll also show you how to publish your content straight to hosting services like GitHub Pages.
SKAdNetwork helps advertisers measure the success of ad campaigns while maintaining user privacy. We'll explore the latest updates to ad attributions including hierarchical source IDs, hierarchical conversion values, multiple conversions, and SKAdNetwork attributions for web ads. We'll also take you through the importance of crowd anonymity and how you can validate SKAdNetwork impressions through testing in Xcode 13.advertise,catalyst
Discover the latest updates and improvements to the Advanced Video Quality Tool (AVQT). We'll take you through the interactive reports feature and help you learn how to identify video quality-related issues. We'll also explore extended support for raw formats, show you how to evaluate specific scenes within a video, and explore how you can use AVQT for Linux to analyze videos on Linux servers and online in the cloud.avqt,linux,video quality
We'll take you through the latest updates to CloudKit Console and discover how you can explore and debug your containers on the web like never before. Learn more about Act as iCloud, which helps you query records and view data from the perspective of another account. Discover how to share zones of records, and provide better collaboration between participants. And find out how to hide inactive containers. We'll also share a few tips on getting the most out of CloudKit Console. To get the most out of this session, we recommend having basic knowledge of CloudKit containers.
Learn how you can build reliable endpoint security products like anti-virus software, endpoint detection and response, and data leakage prevention solutions for macOS. We'll take you through the latest enhancements to Endpoint Security APIs: Learn how you can support more security events and use advanced muting capabilities in your app. We'll also explore a standalone tool to help you perform introspection from the command line.authentication,eslogger,gatekeeper,kauth,kernel,login,logout,malware,openbsm,xprotect
Learn how you can use the latest improvements to Safari Web Extensions to create even better experiences for people browsing the web. We'll show you how to upgrade to manifest version 3, adopt the latest APIs for Web Extensions, and sync extensions across devices.
Discover the latest updates to Wallet & Apple Pay. We'll show you how to support Orders in Wallet for your apps and websites and securely validate someone's age and identity with the Identity Verification API. We'll also explore PassKit support for SwiftUI, and discuss how you how you can improve your Apple Pay experience with Automatic Payments.
Discover the latest updates in iPad app design. We'll take you through improvements to search, navigation bars, edit menus, multi-selection, and more. Learn how you can make your app both more powerful and easier to use when you incorporate customizable toolbars, multi-column tables, and find and replace.customization,productivity,screen size,search,sidebar,split view,toolbar
At Apple, we believe that privacy is a fundamental human right, and protecting people's privacy is at the center of everything we do. Discover how our engineering teams build privacy into all of our products and developer frameworks, and learn about the technologies and patterns you can adopt in your apps to build trust and protect your customers.
Find out how you can use the latest iOS and iPadOS system media players to build amazing media apps. We'll share how we designed the updated player and give you best practices and tips to help you design media experiences of your own. We'll also explore Live Text for video and show you how to integrate interstitials and playback speed controls into your apps.
Discover how you can use Core Media IO to easily create macOS system extensions for software cameras, hardware cameras, and creative cameras. We'll introduce you to our modern replacement for legacy DAL plug-ins — these extensions are secure, fast, and fully-compatible with any app that uses a camera input. We'll take you through the Core Media IO APIs and share how they can support camera manufacturers, video conferencing apps with special effects features, creative app ideas, and more.
Learn how you can set up complex Swift projects for debugging. We'll take you on a deep dive into the internals of LLDB and debug info. We'll also share best practices for complex scenarios such as debugging code built on build servers or code from custom build systems.
Learn how you can use Apple's continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) service with development teams of any size to help you deliver high-quality apps. We'll show you how to integrate Xcode Cloud into your team's existing app development process and efficiently use Xcode Cloud in your CI/CD practice. We'll also demonstrate how you can use the App Store Connect API to integrate Xcode Cloud with an issue tracker, explore code dependency management, and share best practices. To get the most out of this session, we recommend first watching “Customize your advanced Xcode Cloud workflows” from WWDC21.
Learn how the Xcode build system extracts maximum parallelism from your builds. We'll explore how you can structure your project to improve build efficiency, take you through the process for resolving relationships between targets' build phases in Xcode, and share how you can take full advantage of available hardware resources when compiling in Swift. We'll also introduce you to Build Timeline — a powerful tool to help you monitor your build efficiency and performance.
Find out how to design or optimize your app or game for Arabic. Whether you're planning a first release or improving an existing app or game, we'll help you learn best practices and tips for UI design for Arabic speakers. Learn how to create beautiful Right to Left layouts with UI components and iconography, discover the nuances of Arabic script and typography in product design, and explore Arabic numerals.
تعرّف على المبادئ الأساسية لتصميم الواجهات الرقمية باللغة العربية. سواء كنت تود تصميم تطبيق أو لعبة خصيصًا للاستخدام العربي، أو تود ترجمة تطبيق من لغة أخرى إلى العربية، سنقدم لك أفضل الطرق للوصول إلى تصميم مثالي يخدم المحتوى العربي. تعلم أيضا تأثير اتجاه اللغة على اتجاه القوالب والأيقونات، وسمات الخط العربي الجيد للاستخدام الرقمي، وصيغ الأرقام العربية وتأثيرها على واجهة المستخدم. This is the Arabic language edition of "Design for Arabic." Find out how to design or optimize your app or game for Arabic. Whether you're planning a first release or improving an existing app or game, we'll help you learn best practices and tips for UI design for Arabic speakers. Learn how to create beautiful Right to Left layouts with UI components and iconography, discover the nuances of Arabic script and typography in product design, and explore Arabic numerals.rtl
Discover how you can design great collaboration experiences using Apple platforms. We'll show you how to combine the Share Sheet, live editing notifications, Messages, FaceTime, and your app's existing collaboration features to help people connect and collaborate effortlessly. (Note: API will be available in an upcoming beta.)activity view,uiactivityview
Learn how you can use Swift 5.7 to design advanced abstractions using protocols. We'll show you how to use existential types, explore how you can separate implementation from interface with opaque result types, and share the same-type requirements that can help you identify and guarantee relationships between concrete types. To get the most out of this session, we recommend first watching “Embrace Swift generics" from WWDC22.
Discover how you can build more refined and powerful augmented reality apps with ARKit 6. We'll explore how you can create AR experiences rendered in 4K HDR and take you through camera settings customizations for your app. We'll also share how you can export high-resolution still images from an ARKit session, take advantage of Plane Estimation and Motion Capture, and add AR Location Anchors in new regions.ar,arkit,augmented reality
PhotoKit can help you build rich, photo-centric features. Learn how you can easily track changes to image assets with the latest APIs in PhotoKit. We'll introduce you to the PHPhotoLibrary change history API and demonstrate how you can persist change tokens across launches to help your app recognize additions, deletions, and updates to someone's photo library. To learn more about Photos library integration, be sure to watch "What's new in the Photos picker" from WWDC22 and "Improve access to Photos in your app" from WWDC21.
Learn how you can support Sign In with Apple for Managed Apple IDs in organizational settings. We'll introduce you to Sign In with Apple at Work & School and explore how education apps can harness the power of this REST API to streamline the import process for student and class information. We'll also share how to configure Access Management controls for these features within Apple Business Manager and Apple School Manager. To get the most out of this session, we recommend having familiarity with Sign In with Apple and REST APIs.
Discover how you can add support for rendering in Extended Dynamic Range (EDR) from a Core Image based multi-platform SwiftUI application. We'll outline best practices for displaying CIImages to a MTKView using ViewRepresentable. We'll also share the simple steps to enable EDR rendering and explore some of the over 150 built-in CIFilters that support EDR.
Learn how you can take advantage of AVFoundation and Metal to build an efficient EDR pipeline. Follow along as we demonstrate how you can use AVPlayer to display HDR video as EDR, add playback into an app view, render it with Metal, and use Core Image or custom Metal shaders to add video effects such as keying or color management. Whether you develop games or pro apps, we'll help you decide which frameworks to use and share best practices for selecting transports, colorspaces, and pixelbuffer formats.
Learn how you can cleanly migrate Core Data schemas after updating your app, and breeze through data model changes. We'll show you how you can take advantage of built-in migration tools to keep your data storage up to date, and let Core Data analyze your schema to infer data model migrations. We'll also provide best practices, help you tackle tough migration challenges, and discover how Core Data schemas can interact with CloudKit to support easy migrations in the cloud. To get the most out of this session, we recommend being familiar with Core Data schemas and data types, and have a basic understanding around syncing Core Data databases with CloudKit.
Learn more about App Tracking Transparency and how it helps people using your app have choice and control over tracking. App Store Policy now requires that all apps receive permission through the AppTrackingTransparency framework in order to track people's data. We'll explain how this policy defines tracking, whether your app needs to adopt this framework, and how to implement it effectively.app tracking transparency,nutrion label,privacy,tracking
Learn more about Apple Business Essentials — a complete solution that brings together device management, 24/7 support, and cloud storage for your small business. We'll explore how you can use features like Collections to manage apps and settings for every iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV in your organization. Find out how you can get started and review how Apple Business Essentials works for you and your employees.apple business manager,device management,mdm,small business,smb
Familiar navigation patterns can help people easily explore the information within your app — and save them from unnecessary confusion. We'll show you how to take advantage of existing navigation structures to simplify complex interactions in your app without compromising its personality. Learn best practices and common pitfalls when working with tab bars, modality, and more.hierarchical navigation,information architecture,modality,modal presentations,navigation,navigation best practices,navigation design,tab bars
Discover how to develop your app so that it can be localized into "right-to-left" languages such as Arabic and Hebrew. We'll take you through important considerations for these languages, share solutions to challenges, and provide best practices for delivering a great right-to-left experience in your app.alignment,arabic,hebrew,i10n,internationalization,l18n,localization,ltr,pseudolanguage,rtl,sf symbols,writing direction
Learn how you can unleash powerful rendering techniques like ray tracing when you go bindless with Metal 3. We'll show you how to make your app's bindless journey a joy by simplifying argument buffers, allocating acceleration structures from heaps, and benefitting from the improvements to the Metal's validation layer and Debugger Tools. We'll also explore how you can command more CPU and GPU performance with long-term resource structures.3d graphics,bindless,game,game dev,game developer,metal,metal shading language,metal tools,proapps,raytracing
Discover how you can use WidgetKit to create beautiful complications on watch faces. We'll introduce you to the watchOS-specific features found in WidgetKit, and help you migrate from existing ClockKit complications. For more on WidgetKit, watch “Complications and Widgets: Reloaded” from WWDC22.accessory circular family,accessory corner,accessory inline,accessory inline family,accessory rectangular,accessorywidgetbackground,auxiliary content,circular complication,clkcomplicationintentmigrationconfiguration,clkcomplicationwidgetmigrator,clockkit,coffeetracker,coffee tracker,complication,complication data source,configuration,corner complication,entries,extra large watch face,intentbased,migration,rich complications,showswidgetlabel,shows widget label,static,swiftui,templates,timelines,views,watch faces,watch specific family,widget extension,widgetkit,widgetlabel,widget label
Learn how we've optimized the Swift and Objective-C runtimes to help you make your app smaller, quicker, and launch faster. Discover how you can get access to efficient protocol checks, smaller message send calls, and optimized ARC simply when you build your app with Xcode 14 and update your deployment target.
Discover how you can design and build a great SharePlay experience. We'll show you how to identify activities in your app that can help bring everyone together — even while they're apart. Learn best practices to help you design for group activities, create intuitive interactions, and build support for different types of experiences.facetime,group activities,share,shareplay
Learn how to simplify your ray tracing code and increase performance with the power of Metal 3. We'll explore the GPU debugging and profiling tools that can help you tune your ray tracing applications. We'll also show you how you can speed up intersection tests and reduce shader code memory accesses and indirections with per-primitive data in an acceleration structure. And we'll help you implement faster acceleration structure builds and refits to reduce load times and per-frame overhead.game dev,game developer,metal,metal 3,metal shading language,metal tools,optimization,proapps,raytracing,ray tracing
Discover how you can perform actions on Swift packages and Xcode projects with Swift package plugins. We'll go over how these plugins work and explore how you can use them to generate source code and automate your development workflow.
Meet the Game Center activity dashboard and discover how it can help your game reach new players. We'll introduce you to the dashboard and profiles and explore how they can track player achievements, high scores, and leaderboard changes for your game. We'll also show you how to add Game Center to your Unity game project using the Game Center plug-in.game center,game dev,game developer,gamekit,game kit
Find out how network latency can affect your apps when trying to get full benefit out of modern network throughput rates. Learn about changes you can make in your app and on your server to boost responsiveness, and prepare your app for improvements coming to the Internet that will offer even lower end-to-end delays.
Discover how C++20 features can take your C++ code to the next level. We'll introduce concepts and explore how you can use it to find errors faster in your generic C++ code. We'll also discuss the latest enhancements to the constexpr feature and show how you can leverage it to improve your app's performance by evaluating code at compile time.
Get ready to tune up your iPad app's toolbars with SwiftUI. We'll show you how you can structure toolbars to take advantage of the space available on iPad and help people maximize their productivity. We'll also take you through customization, explore the latest ways you can represent documents, and more. This is the second session in a two-part series. To get the most out of this video, we recommend starting with “SwiftUI on iPad: Organize your interface.”area,center,controlgroup,control group,customizable toolbars,customization,customization popover,document,editable titles,id,label,leading,leading aligned navigation,menu,more menu,navigation titles,overflow menu,placement,primaryaction,primary action,primary action placement,renamebutton,secondaryaction,secondary action,title menu,title menu header,toolbar,toolbar customization,toolbar item,trailing
It's time to supercharge the interface of your iPad app with SwiftUI lists and tables. We'll show how you can add selection interactions and context menus and help people who use your app be more productive. We'll also give you best practices on structuring your navigation and explore how you can avoid modality using split views to ensure a top-notch desktop-class iPad experience. This is the first session in a two-part series. To get the most out of this video, we recommend you have some basic familiarity with SwiftUI. After watching this session, check out "SwiftUI on iPad: Add toolbars, titles, and more" to learn how SwiftUI can help you make even better toolbars for your iPad app.balanced,column builder,comparator,contextmenu,context menu,desktop class,edit mode,foreach,identifier,keyboard,keypathcomparator,list,lists,menu,modality,multicolumn,multicolumn,multiple selection,multi select context menu,navigation,navigation split view,prominentdetail,section,selection,selection state,sidebar,slide over,split view,state,supplementary,supplementary column,table,tables,tag,three column layout,trackpad,two column layout
Explore progressive disclosure — one of SwiftUI's core principles — and learn how it influences the design of our APIs. We'll show you how we use progressive disclosure, discuss how it can support quick iteration and exploration, and help you take advantage of it in your own code.
Learn how you can increase responsiveness and eliminate hangs in your app and make even better experiences. Hang out with the Performance Tools team as we explore how you can track down these issues — and even stop them from occurring in the first place. We'll take you through the latest detection mechanisms for iOS to help track hangs during pre-release testing, show you how to identify issues in release builds using the Xcode Organizer, and more.
Meet Metal mesh shaders — a modern and flexible pipeline in Metal for GPU-driven geometry creation and processing. We'll explore how this API can improve and add flexibility to your render pipeline, and share some of the opportunities that GPU-driven work can create. Discover how you can create procedural geometry — like hair rendering — on the GPU using mesh shaders, and build single render passes without additional compute passes or intermediate buffers. We'll also show you how to improve scene processing and rendering through GPU-driven meshlet culling.3d graphics,game dev,game developer,mesh shaders,metal,metal 3,metal shading language,metal tools,proapps,procedural geometry
Discover how the Shortcuts app uses both SwiftUI and AppKit to create a top-tier experience on macOS. Follow along with the Shortcuts team as we explore how you can host SwiftUI views in AppKit code, handle layout and sizing, participate in the responder chain, enable navigational focus, and more. We'll also show you how to host AppKit views, helping you migrate existing code into a SwiftUI layout within your app.
Learn how to take advantage of the power of SwiftUI in your UIKit app. Build custom UICollectionView and UITableView cells seamlessly with SwiftUI using UIHostingConfiguration. We'll also show you how to manage data flow between UIKit and SwiftUI components within your app. To get the most out of this session, we encourage basic familiarity with SwiftUI.
Discover the latest updates to App Store Connect, your suite of tools to create, manage, and submit apps on the App Store. Learn about enhancements to the submission experience — including the ability to manage submissions in App Store Connect on iOS and iPadOS — as well as the newest updates to the App Store Connect API and much more.
Come along with us as MapKit enters a new dimension. We'll show you how you can upgrade your app to use the latest map and support the highly-detailed 3D City Experience. Learn how you can visualize data using overlays while ensuring they integrate smoothly into the 3D map. We'll also cover how to create interactive and immersive experiences with Selectable Map Features and Look Around APIs.
Discover the latest tools to help you test your in-app purchases and subscriptions. We'll show you how to bring your products from App Store Connect into StoreKit Testing in Xcode, learn about improvements to the transaction manager, and explore your in-app purchase flow in Xcode Previews. We'll also take you through best practices when setting up an Apple ID for the sandbox environment, and show you how to create tests for refund requests, price increase consent, billing retry, and much more.
Discover the latest updates to TextKit and text views in UI frameworks. Explore layout refinements and API enhancements, learn how you can maintain compatibility across multiple OS versions, and find out how to modernize your app with TextKit 2. To get the most out of this session, watch “Meet TextKit 2” from WWDC21.
Learn about the latest updates to Vision APIs that help your apps recognize text, detect faces and face landmarks, and implement optical flow. We'll take you through the capabilities of optical flow for video-based apps, show you how to update your apps with revisions to the machine learning models that drive these APIs, and explore how you can visualize your Vision tasks with Quick Look Preview support in Xcode. To get the most out of this session, we recommend watching “Detect people, faces, and poses using Vision” from WWDC21.
PHPicker provides simple and secure integration between your app and the system Photos library. Learn how SwiftUI and Transferable can help you offer integration across iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS. We'll also show you how you can use AppKit and NSOpenPanel to bring the Photos picker on Mac into your macOS apps. For even more on the Photos picker, watch "Improve access to Photos in your app" from WWDC21.
Discover techniques for building rich, accessible web apps with custom controls, SSML, and the dialog element. We'll discuss different assistive technologies and help you learn how to use them when testing the accessibility of your web apps.
HLS Interstitials can help you create seamless transitions in video content between advertisements, other interstitials, and your HLS streams. Learn how you can optimize your ad inventory, fine-tune interstitial presentation with SNAP-IN/OUT when using HLS, and more.ad cueing,ads,avfoundation,cue,interstitials,mid rolls,pre rolls,snap
The words and phrases you choose for your app matter. Whether you're writing an alert, building an onboarding experience, or describing an image for accessibility, learn how you can design through the lens of language and help people get the most from your app. We'll show you how to create clear, conversational, and helpful writing and provide tips for applying these techniques to your work.copy,description,editorial design,label,message,text,title,ui copy
Discover how you can use Metal to accelerate your PyTorch model training on macOS. We'll take you through updates to TensorFlow training support, explore the latest features and operations of MPS Graph, and share best practices to help you achieve great performance for all your machine learning needs. For more on using Metal with machine learning, watch "Accelerate machine learning with Metal Performance Shaders Graph" from WWDC21.
Discover how you can create effective testing plans for Xcode Cloud, Apple's continuous integration and continuous delivery service. We'll show you how testing can be an essential tool to consistently verify your code works correctly. Learn how you can author fast, reliable, and efficient tests for Xcode Cloud, avoid irrelevant failures, and verify your code changes quickly.
Discover the latest SwiftUI APIs to help you present windows within your app's scenes. We'll explore how scene types like MenuBarExtra can help you easily build more kinds of apps using SwiftUI. We'll also show you how to use modifiers that customize the presentation and behavior of your app windows to make even better macOS apps.apps,auxiliary scene,book club,codable,commandsremoved,context menu,customize windows,defaultposition,defaultsize,documentgroup,filedocument,hashable,identifiable,keyboardshortcut,menu,menubarextra,menu bar extra,newdocument,openwindow,presented value,referencefiledocument,scene,settings,single window,state restoration,topleading,toptrailing,views,window,window customization,windowgroup
Learn how you can create integrated content experiences across multiple devices. We'll introduce you to DeviceDiscoveryUI, which makes it easy to set up communication pathways and connect Apple TV with other devices like iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. We'll also explore common scenarios and provide best practices to help you enable frictionless device-to-device connectivity.network framework
Tailor your development workflow and learn how to write your own package plugins in Swift. We'll show you how you can extend Xcode's functionality by using the PackagePlugin API to generate source code or automate release tasks and share best practices for creating great plugins.
Learn how you can provide more control and accessibility to people using your apps in Single App Mode. We'll share how you can use the UIAccessibility and Automatic Assessment Configuration frameworks to apply these restrictions when needed and enable these accessibility features without ever opening the Settings app. We'll also take you through how you can add custom restrictions within your app to better support the Guided Access feature in iOS, which puts any app into Single App Mode temporarily.
Learn how ShazamKit can help you build custom catalogs and support exact matching of any audio source within your app — all on-device. Find out how you can easily generate audio signatures and build catalogs at scale through the new ShazamKit CLI. We'll also show you how you can quickly update your app to sync with large amounts of audio content like multiple seasons of a TV show or multiple episodes of a podcast, and we'll share updates to the ShazamKit API and SHMediaItems to help your apps respond precisely to key moments in audio sources using time ranges. For more on ShazamKit, we recommend watching "Explore ShazamKit" and "Create custom audio experiences with ShazamKit" from WWDC21.
Learn how App Store App Analytics can provide unique insights and help you measure your app's performance on the App Store. We'll show you how to use the new App Benchmarks tool to rank your app's performance beside similar products in a privacy-preserving way. We'll also share how you can use Product Page Optimization and Custom Product Pages to learn insights and make changes that can positively impact your ranking on the App Store.conversion,metrics,monetization
Learn how to use Managed Device Attestation to ensure only legitimate devices can connect to your servers while attackers are thwarted. We'll take you through an overview of how attestations provide strong evidence about managed devices. We'll also explore how to use attestations and private keys generated by the Secure Enclave to secure communications to services such as MDM, VPN, and Wi-Fi.acme,attestation,certificates,cryptography,device identity,device management,idp,mdm,security,zero trust,zero trust architecture,zero trust network architecture,zta,ztna
Background Tasks help apps respond to system events and keep time-sensitive data up to date. Learn how you can use the SwiftUI Background Tasks API to handle tasks succinctly. We'll show you how to use Swift Concurrency to handle network responses, background refresh, and more — all while preserving performance and power.apprefresh,app refresh task,async,async await,background runtime,backgroundtask,background task,concurrency,downloadtask,foreground runtime,notification,stormy,suspend application,suspended app,swift concurrency,task,url background task,urlsession,urlsessionconfiguration,wake app,withtaskcancellationhandler
SMS message filter extensions can help people manage Messages by filtering SMS messages from unknown senders. Discover how to create apps with message filter extensions that automatically categorize SMS messages into folders and sub-folders based on message contents and other heuristics.junk,promotions,transactions
Learn how you can highlight your app's Now Playing information on every platform. We'll take you through an overview of media metadata, learn how it gets represented in areas like the Lock Screen and Control Center, and show you how to write and publish effective media metadata for your content. We'll also explore how your app can respond to commands from other devices such as HomePod.
Learn how to bring great machine learning (ML) based experiences to your app. We'll take you through model discovery, conversion, and training and provide tips and best practices for ML. We'll share considerations to take into account as you begin your ML journey, demonstrate techniques for evaluating model performance, and explore how you can tune models to achieve real-time performance on device. To learn more about the techniques covered in this session, watch "Optimize your Core ML usage" and "Accelerate machine learning with Metal" from WWDC22.
Learn how you can restore someone's in-app purchases access proactively when they first open your app. We'll show you how you can deliver instant access to existing subscriptions using StoreKit or StoreKit 2 and cover best practices for both your client and server implementations. Find out more about how you can determine customer purchase state and create a personalized onboarding experience for your app.storekit
Discover the latest ways to ensure that DNS — the foundation of internet addressing — is secure within your app. Learn how to authenticate DNS responses in your app with DNSSEC and enable DNS encryption automatically with Discovery of Designated Resolvers (DDR).
Discover how you can limit your power usage and help people get even more out of your app. We'll show you how you can reduce battery drain from your app by making four key changes to your code. Learn how to add Dark Mode to your app and benefit from OLED displays, audit frame rates from secondary animations, limit background data processing, and defer long running tasks.
Learn how Apple platforms calculate and allocate memory for your game. We'll show you how to use Instruments and the Game Memory template to profile your game, take a memory graph to monitor current memory use, and analyze it using Xcode Memory Debugger and command line tools. We'll also explore Metal resources in Metal Debugger and provide tips and tricks to further help you optimize memory usage.game dev,game developer,games,instruments,memory,memory graph,metal 3,profile guided optimization,xcode
Discover how you can create compute workloads that scale efficiently across Apple GPUs. Learn how to saturate the GPU by improving your work distribution, minimize GPU timeline gaps with effective pipelining and concurrent dispatches, and use atomic operations effectively. We'll also take you through the latest counters and tools in Xcode and Instruments that can help you optimize spatial and temporal memory access patterns.compilation,compiler,metal,metal 3,metal compute,metal shading language,metal tools,performance,xcode
Discover how you can create, build, and deploy a Swift server app alongside your pre-existing Xcode projects within the same workspace. We'll show you how to create your own local app and test endpoints using Xcode, and explore how you can structure and share code between server and client apps to ease your development process
Discover PDFKit — a full-featured framework that helps your app view, edit, and save PDF documents. We'll take you through the latest features in PDFKit, including support for live text and forms, creating PDFs from images, building interactive overlays, and saving annotations.pencilkit,pencil kit
Find out how you can build apps that help people manage their relationship with their device — all while putting privacy first. We'll take you through the Screen Time API and share how you can use features like core restrictions and device activity reports to create great experiences while providing measurable control for the device's owner, parents, and guardians.