Summary of WWDC 2023 — June 5 | Apple

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At WWDC 2023, Apple announced the Worldwide Developers Conference and expressed its commitment to supporting developers and empowering them to create groundbreaking apps. The new MacBook Air was also introduced, featuring an expansive display, M2 performance, a six-speaker sound system, tremendous battery life, and is the thinnest 15-inch laptop ever. Apple also talked about iOS 17 and its new features, including Check In, improved autocorrect, Journal, and StandBy. The company showcased the latest updates to their operating systems, including improvements to Stage Manager and new drawing tools for Freeform. Lastly, Apple announced Game Mode for macOS and new video effects and improved privacy features available on Safari.

  • 00:00:00 support, and tools to keep pushing the boundaries of what's possible and deliver even more innovative experiences to our users. In this section of the WWDC 2023 keynote, Tim Cook introduces the event and highlights the impact of the App Store and developers on Apple's success. He emphasizes Apple's commitment to supporting and empowering developers to continue creating groundbreaking apps that change the world.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, Apple announces the Worldwide Developers Conference and expresses excitement in bringing new innovations and experiences to customers. The Mac's performance and capabilities have been transformed with Apple silicon, enabling developers to take their apps further than ever before. The announcement of the 15-inch MacBook Air follows, which features an astonishingly thin and light design, a brilliant Liquid Retina display, and an M2 chip that delivers amazing performance and battery life. With up to 500 nits of brightness and support for one billion colors, it delivers an immersive experience that is 12 times faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Air and gets an astonishing 18 hours of battery life. The MacBook Air has redefined what a 15-inch laptop can achieve with its unmatched performance, display resolution, battery life, and design.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, Apple announces the new 15-inch MacBook Air, which boasts an expansive display, M2 performance, a six-speaker sound system, tremendous battery life, and is the thinnest 15-inch laptop ever. Additionally, the new laptop starts at $1299 and is available for order today. Apple also introduced the M2 Ultra, their most powerful chip ever, which doubles the performance of M2 Max and is available for Mac Studio. With a mighty CPU and GPU, combined with massive memory bandwidth, in a single SoC, it's the most capable chip for a personal computer. Users can expect incredible video processing speeds, faster rendering times for 3D artists and the ability to playback 22 streams of 8K ProRes video.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, we learn about the new Mac Studio and Mac Pro models powered by Apple silicon. Mac Studio with M2 Ultra is six times faster than the most powerful Intel-based iMac and has higher bandwidth HDMI, which enables up to 8K resolution and 240-hertz frame rates. Meanwhile, Mac Pro with Apple silicon has M2 Ultra, which is three times faster than the fastest Intel-based Mac Pro, with a tremendous amount of unified memory and a Media Engine to accelerate video processing. It also has Afterburner performance built-in and features six open expansion slots that support gen 4, which is two times faster than before, making it customizable with essential cards, including audio and video I/O, networking, and storage.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, Craig Federighi introduces the new features coming to the iPhone's Phone, FaceTime, and Messages apps in the iOS 17 update. The Phone app is getting personalized Contact Posters and Live Voicemail with on-device transcriptions. FaceTime now allows users to leave messages, and Messages is getting powerful search filters, inline replies, and transcriptions for audio messages. Additionally, iOS 17 is introducing the Check In feature, which lets users share their location with a friend or family member and notifies them when they arrive home safely.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, Apple introduces Check In, a new feature that enables users to share their location with trusted friends and family members. The feature also displays the user’s battery level and cell service status. In addition to Check In, Apple also has a new user interface for accessing the iMessage apps with a brand-new Stickers experience included. Apple has also updated the way content is shared with AirDrop, allowing users to share their information without typing out their details. Lastly, Apple has implemented enhancements for text input, and the keyboard now has improved intelligence.
  • 00:30:00 In this section, Apple announces improvements to its autocorrect feature. The keyboard's Transformer language model is said to make autocorrect more accurate than ever before. Additionally, the keyboard is more capable and now includes sentence-level autocorrections that can fix more types of grammatical errors. Predictive text has also been improved and now provides personalized predictions in line as the user types. Apple also introduces a new app called Journal that allows users to write about their experiences, inspired by rich details from their day and using personalized Suggestions created by on-device machine learning based on their photos, location, music, workouts, and more. Lastly, Apple introduces StandBy, a new full-screen experience designed to be viewed at a distance when the iPhone is turned on its side while charging, perfect for the nightstand, kitchen counter, or desk.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, Apple introduces StandBy, a new feature for the iPhone that allows for quick glances and interactions with widgets, photos, and Siri when the phone is not in use. The feature includes Smart Stacks, Live Activities, and a red-toned adaptation for low-light settings to promote better sleep. Along with StandBy, iOS 17 includes updates such as improved Siri functionality, offline Maps, and enhanced recognition software for the People album in Photos. Additionally, the upcoming iPadOS 17 release offers increased personalization options through interactive widgets and a customizable Lock Screen with various wallpaper options, including Kaleidoscope and Photo Shuffle.
  • 00:40:00 In this section of the WWDC 2023 keynote speech, Apple announced exciting new features for iPadOS 17, including the ability to optimize wallpapers and personalize the lock screen with widgets and live activities. They also introduced the Health app, which utilizes the larger iPad screen to provide users with a comprehensive and detailed view of their health data. Additionally, PDFs are now easier to work with thanks to machine learning models that allow for AutoFill and signature capabilities, as well as new annotation and collaboration tools in the Notes app.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, Apple unveils the latest updates to their operating systems, including improvements to Stage Manager for more workspace control, new drawing tools for Freeform, Follow Along to track collaborators, and redesigned lock screens with interactive widgets on iOS. For macOS, the new release is named Sonoma, which includes stunning screensavers, widgets that can now be placed on the desktop, and interactivity that can unlock new workflows. Widgets on the Mac can now be accessed from the iPhone through Continuity, making workflows even easier.
  • 00:50:00 In this section, Apple announces Game Mode for macOS, which optimizes gaming performance by giving games the highest priority on the CPU and GPU with lower usage for background tasks to deliver a smoother and more consistent frame rate. Game Mode also decreases audio and input latency, making gaming on Mac even more immersive, with Kojima-san introducing a new game for the platform. Additionally, macOS introduces Presenter Overlay, a video effect that elevates your presence during video conferencing by including you on top of the content you're sharing for a more engaging presentation.
  • 00:55:00 In this section, Apple showcases the new video effects and improved privacy features available on Safari. The video effects include reactions that blend in confetti, hearts, and balloons to your videos seamlessly. You can trigger them using a gesture while using apps like FaceTime, Zoom, Teams, Webex, and others. Safari's privacy feature has received an update that locks your browsing windows, blocks tracker loading, and removes tracking from URLs while in Private Browsing. Furthermore, Safari now offers Profiles, allowing users to sign in with separate accounts and save unique collections of favorites and extensions. Lastly, MacOS Sonoma features web apps to help users access their frequently visited websites quickly with an app-like experience.

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Apple's WWDC 2023 keynote event covered a range of topics and announced several new products, features, and updates. One of the most significant announcements was the introduction of Vision Pro, a spatial computer that seamlessly blends the real and digital worlds through augmented reality. Vision Pro allows users to interact with digital content through simple finger and voice gestures, and key features include EyeSight, which uses the device's camera and sensors to reveal the user's eyes, and Cinema Environment, which creates an immersive movie experience. Other announcements included updates to AirPods, Home ecosystem, watchOS, and health features, as well as the launch of a new AR platform and a partnership with Disney+ to bring content to Vision Pro.

  • 01:00:00 In this section, Apple unveils updates to their AirPods, including Adaptive Audio which dynamically blends transparency and active noise cancellation to match the conditions of the wearer’s surroundings, Personalized Volume which uses machine learning to deliver the best media experience based on the conditions around the user, and Conversation Awareness which reduces background noise and focuses on voices in front of the wearer. Apple also reveals improvements to AirPlay, which will now learn the user’s preferences and connect to their preferred device automatically. AirPlay will also be available in select hotels before the end of the year. Lastly, Apple introduces SharePlay for CarPlay, allowing passengers to join the driver’s music session and control playback while enjoying the ride together.
  • 01:05:00 In this section, Apple introduces new features to its Audio and Home ecosystem, including the ability to use an iPhone to locate a missing Siri Remote and the option to select Memories as a screensaver, displaying family photos with fluid animations and transitions. FaceTime is also coming to Apple TV, with the new app taking advantage of Continuity Camera for shared experiences and effects like Center Stage. Additionally, developers will have access to Continuity Camera APIs, bringing apps like Zoom and Webex to tvOS. The update also adds new features to watchOS, with a new way to view information from any watch face and comprehensive app redesigns.
  • 01:10:00 In this section, the changes and updates in watchOS 10 are discussed, including redesigned apps, a new Smart Stack, and two new watch faces. Additionally, the new update includes features to help cyclists, such as connecting to Bluetooth-enabled bike sensors, the addition of cadence and power metrics, and the ability to estimate Functional Threshold Power and track progress in Power Zones. For outdoor enthusiasts, the Compass and Maps have also been updated for hiking adventures.
  • 01:15:00 In this section, Apple unveils new features for watchOS 10, including updates to the Compass and Maps apps. Compass will now have an Elevation view through Altimeter data, and Maps is introducing a Topographic map with contour lines, hill shading, and elevation details. Additionally, developers will have access to high-frequency motion data for creating workout experiences to help users stay active. On the health front, Apple is focusing on mental health with new features in Mindfulness app that allow users to log their momentary emotions and daily moods as well as standardized assessments for depression or anxiety. Apple is also addressing the reduction of myopia, a leading cause of vision impairment globally, through new initiatives and technology.
  • 01:20:00 In this section, Apple introduces new features to improve vision health, including using the ambient light sensor in the Apple Watch to measure time spent in daylight and a new feature called Screen Distance, which measures if a child is holding their device too close and encourages them to move it farther away. These features can also help reduce digital eye strain in adults. Apple emphasizes that privacy is core to its work and all health data is encrypted and only accessible with authorization. Additionally, Apple releases updates to its software platforms and announces the launch of a new AR platform.
  • 01:25:00 In this section, Apple introduces its new product called Vision Pro, a spatial computer that seamlessly blends the real world with the digital world through augmented reality. Vision Pro allows you to interact with digital content just like it is in your physical space. It also becomes an infinite canvas, letting you make apps any size you want, and freeing you from the limitations of a display. With Vision Pro, you can use your natural and intuitive tools like your eyes, hands, and voice for navigation. It marks the beginning of a journey that will bring a new dimension to personal technology, allowing for experiences unlike anything created before.
  • 01:30:00 In this section of the WWDC 2023 keynote, Apple unveils their latest innovation in spatial computing, the Apple Vision Pro. This new advanced technology will create a new era of AR experiences for consumers. By seamlessly blending the digital and physical worlds, Vision Pro allows users to interact with holograms of apps, 3D objects, and even their Mac computers using simple finger and voice gestures. One of the highly talked about features of Vision Pro is EyeSight, which uses the device's camera and sensors to reveal the user's eyes and provides cues on what they are focused on, maintaining connection with people around while immersed in digital experiences.
  • 01:35:00 In this section, Apple presents Vision Pro, a powerful combination of capabilities for remote or office work, which allows users to tune into the White Sands Environment and use other apps successfully in parallel with one's Mac. Moreover, this system is excellent for traveling, where users can easily collaborate with colleagues remotely on the same document. For an enhanced FaceTime experience, users can join a group call and see everyone life-size, and as more people join, FaceTime expands with spatial audio to hear each person's voice from the location of their tile. Apple Vision Pro also allows users to relive precious moments in time with captivating photos and videos, which makes every panorama one has ever taken on their iPhone expand and wrap around them life-size. Additionally, users can capture and relive their memories in 3D with the Spatial Audio 3D camera. Lastly, Vision Pro delivers an extraordinary entertainment experience with a spatial cinema that transforms one's space, and with Apple's vast collection of Environment, one can scale screens beyond the dimensions of their room for the most majestic viewing experience ever.
  • 01:40:00 In this section, Apple announces its latest innovation in cinema experience with the Cinema Environment that lets viewers escape into their own personal movie theatres with the help of AirPods, where seats, sounds, and environment disappear and an immersive movie experience takes over. The Vision Pro allows 3D movie viewing with incredible depth and crispness, creating a truly unparalleled experience. In addition to movie watching, Vision Pro also features interactive story-telling and gaming experiences, including NBA 2K23 and over 100 other Apple Arcade titles, and will revolutionize the way we communicate, collaborate, work, and enjoy entertainment. Special guest Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, congratulates the company on the innovation and explains how the Walt Disney Company looks forward to bringing its stories to life with this enriching platform.
  • 01:45:00 In this section, Apple and Disney announced their partnership to bring Disney+ to Apple Vision Pro, a revolutionary new product that combines advanced technology, wearability, and mobility. Apple Vision Pro is made from high-performance materials, including three-dimensionally formed and laminated glass, as well as custom aluminum alloy. The product contains high-performance computer components, cameras, displays, and sensors, while remaining cool through an integrated thermal design. To ensure a precise fit, Apple designed a modular system with different shapes and sizes for its LightSeal, flexible straps, and 3D knitted Head Band, as well as custom optical inserts for those wearing glasses. With all-day battery life and a separate, lightweight battery, Apple Vision Pro is a groundbreaking innovation that redefines what's possible in the wearable technology industry.
  • 01:50:00 In this section, Mike Rockwell discusses the development of Apple's first-ever spatial computer, the Vision Pro, which combines digital content with the real world. He explains how the company had to invent new technologies across nearly every facet of the system, including creating an advanced, real-time sensor system, incredibly convincing spatial audio, and breakthroughs in displays. The display system has 23 million pixels across two panels, which is more than a 4K TV for each eye, and Vision Pro also features an entirely new Spatial Audio system. The device utilizes a unique curved OLED panel with a lenticular lens to project the correct perspective of your eyes to each person looking at you, resulting in a 3D display that makes the device look transparent.
  • 01:55:00 In this section, Apple discusses Vision Pro, a device that uses advanced machine learning techniques to create a natural representation of the user for digital communication. To make this possible, Apple developed VisionOS, the first operating system designed for spatial computing. Vision Pro provides developers with the opportunity to create and reimagine spatial experiences, which can take many forms and include 3D objects that look and feel real. Developers can use familiar tools and frameworks, such as Xcode, SwiftUI, RealityKit, and ARKit, to create new apps for Vision Pro, and hundreds of thousands of iPad and iPhone apps will be available on the device.

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During WWDC 2023, Apple announced the launch of its new spatial computing platform, the Apple Vision Pro, which runs on visionOS with the ability to run Unity-based gaming software. They also revealed the Optic ID system for Vision Pro which uses iris-scanning to provide an extra layer of security. Apple emphasized their commitment to keeping user's privacy intact by ensuring the data gathered from eye-tracking will not be used elsewhere. The presentation ended with details of the availability and pricing of the product, accompanied by an advertisement demonstrating the potential of the device.

  • 02:00:00 In this section of the WWDC 2023 presentation, Apple announces a new partnership with Unity to bring Unity-based games and apps to their new platform, Vision Pro. Vision Pro will also include a brand-new App Store where users can find all apps built for visionOS, as well as compatible iPhone and iPad apps. Apple emphasizes their dedication to privacy and security with Optic ID, a secure and effortless system that uses the uniqueness of the user's iris to unlock Vision Pro, and their commitment to keeping eye input private and separated from other processes. The announcement ends by providing details on the availability and pricing of Vision Pro.
  • 02:05:00 In this section, Apple's CEO Tim Cook announces their latest revolutionary product, the Apple Vision Pro, a spatial computing platform with impressive performance, immersion, and capability. The new product is powered by visionOS, presenting incredible possibilities for users and exciting new opportunities for developers. Cook shares how this is just the beginning of what is to come from Apple, and an advertisement is played to showcase the potential of Apple Vision Pro. Cook concludes the keynote by thanking presenters and Apple employees while inviting viewers to learn more about their software platforms throughout the conference.

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