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Live WWDC 2012 Coverage Recap

Live WWDC 2012 Coverage Recap
WWDC 2012 – Keynote
(06/11/2012)
Monday June 11, 2012
11:34
Twitter
geeksunion:

We are starting live coverage of the 2012 Apple WWDC now http://live.geeksunion.com [via Twitter]

11:45
@GeeksUnion:

Just 15 minutes to go.

11:46
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Press and attendees are being seated in the keynote hall. Keynote begins in 15 minutes. [via Twitter]

11:52
@GeeksUnion:

AAPL Stock climbs as the event gets closer +6.73 at 587.05 right now

11:54
@GeeksUnion:

Apple’s internal Sales Training has been taken down for updates we have learned.

11:56
@GeeksUnion:

Apple’s typically peppy pop music is playing through the loudspeakers. inside the event.

11:59
Twitter
tuawlive:

Coldplay is playing on the overhead speakers. There are MacBooks on stage, possibly new models, or maybe just for demos. [via Twitter]

12:00
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Lights are going down and music is off. The keynote is about to begin. [via Twitter]

12:01
@GeeksUnion:

Welcome message from Siri now playing.

12:01
Twitter
tuawlive:

It’s begun. “Siri” is warming up the crowd now, cracking jokes with a video. [via Twitter]

12:01
@GeeksUnion:

Shot at Android from Siri

12:02
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Siri is welcoming the crowd in a video message, telling jokes. [via Twitter]

12:02
Twitter
tuawlive:

“How many devs does it take to change a lightbulb? None, that’s a hardware problem.” Oh my. [via Twitter

12:03
@GeeksUnion:

"Have a great WWDC and remember you guys rock." -Siri

12:03
Twitter
tuawlive:

Tim Cook is now on stage, after Siri's standup routine. [via Twitter]

12:03
@GeeksUnion:

23 WWDC and Tim Cook is on stage.

12:03
Twitter
tuawlive:

23rd WWDC kicks off today, runs through the week. Cook talking about conference history. [via Twitter]

12:03
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Tim Cook on stage: “some really cool stuff to show you this morning” [via Twitter]

12:04
@GeeksUnion:

Over 1000 Apple engineers are at WWDC this year. – Tim Cook Apple CEO

12:04
Twitter
tuawlive:

112 sessions, attendees from 60 countries. Over 1000 Apple engineers at the show. App Store updates are up first. [via Twitter]

12:05
Twitter
tuawlive:

400 million accounts on the App Store now. That’s a lot of app buyers. [via Twitter]

12:05
@GeeksUnion:

Over 400 million accounts on iTunes

12:05
@GeeksUnion:

Over 650,000 Apps now in the App Store

12:05
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Recapping WWDC stats, ticket sales, etc. Starting with App Store stats: 400 million user accounts, 650K apps, 225K iPad apps. [via Twitter]

12:05
@GeeksUnion:

30 billions apps sold

12:06
Twitter
tuawlive:

650,000 apps on the App Store, 225,000 of them designed specifically for the iPad. 30 billion apps downloaded. [via Twitter]

12:06
@GeeksUnion:

Checks total over 5 billion written to Developers

12:06
Twitter
tuawlive:

Over $5 billion paid out to developers. 32 new countries getting App Store, 155 total now. [via Twitter]

12:07
Twitter
macrumorslive:

30 billion apps downloaded, over $5 billion paid out to developers. Over 120 countries, 32 more coming later this month. [via Twitter]

12:07
Twitter
geeksunion:

Over 30 billions apps sold via the App Store [via Twitter]

12:08
@GeeksUnion:

Now a video about Apps impact.

12:08
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Goal is to do great work and make difference in people’s lives. Video of heartwarming stories of impact of Apple’s hardware and devs’ apps. [via Twitter]

12:09
@GeeksUnion:

Now some heartwarming stories from the iOS world. First example: guided hikes for the sight impaired.

12:09
Twitter
tuawlive:

Showing a blind user using iPhone to navigate a forest. [via Twitter]

12:10
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Showing a blind man walking in the forest with aid of GPS app. Kids using iPads in anatomy class in India. [via Twitter]

12:10
Twitter
tuawlive:

Talking about a classroom in Mumbai using the iPad to teach. [via Twitter]

12:11
@GeeksUnion:

I think if I were Tim Cook, I’d insist on having one of those cool Bob Barker-style “The Price Is Right” microphones. – Andy Ihnatko

12:12
Twitter
geeksunion:

Talking about a classroom in Mumbai using the iPad to teach. http://live.geeksunion.com [via Twitter]

12:12
Twitter
tuawlive:

Now talking about using AirBNB to run a little bed and breakfast. “We don’t really think of it as a business.” [via Twitter]

12:12
@GeeksUnion:

Now talking about using AirBNB to run a little bed and breakfast. “We don’t really think of it as a business.”

12:13
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Showing off AirBnB app used to rent out a treehouse to guests. AirBnB co-founder talking about the app. [via Twitter]

12:13
@GeeksUnion:

Now the iPad is being shown as used to help with speech language pathology.

12:13
Twitter
tuawlive:

Basically, the video is all about how great developers are. The roomful of developers watching seems entranced. Go figure. [via Twitter]

12:14
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Woman using iPad to help daughter with cleft palate learn to speak. “It’s a toy for her, but a tool for me.” [via Twitter]

12:15
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Video wraps up with users thanking Apple and developers. Tim back on stage. [via Twitter]

12:15
Twitter
tuawlive:

Video’s done. Tim Cook’s back. Let’s pick this thing up, Tim. [via Twitter]

12:16
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Tim thanking developers once more. “We love giving you a platform and a store to realize your dreams.” [via Twitter]

12:16
Twitter
tuawlive:

Tim’s wearing a black button down shirt and jeans, by the way. A nice homage while not copying SJ. [via Twitter]

12:17
Twitter
tuawlive:

New hardware confirmed: MacBooks getting updated. New updates to OS X and iOS 6 today as well. [via Twitter]

12:17
Twitter
tuawlive:

Phil Schiller on stage now. [via Twitter]

12:17
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Three main announcements: new notebooks, OS X Mountain Lion, iOS 6. Phil Schiller on stage to talk notebooks. [via Twitter]

12:17
@GeeksUnion:

“The MacBook Air, The MacBook Pro”

12:17
@GeeksUnion:

Phil Schiller is on stage to announce new notebooks from Apple

12:17
Twitter
tuawlive:

Phil Schiller talking about the new MacBook lineups. MacBook Air is first. [via Twitter]

12:18
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Updates coming to each notebook. Starting with MacBook Air. “Everybody is trying to copy it.” [via Twitter]

12:18
@GeeksUnion:

The MacBook Air is gettign Ivy Bridge processors

12:19
Twitter
MacLife:

3rd gen Core aka Ivy Bridge, up to 2.0GHz dual core i7. Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz. [via Twitter]

12:19
@GeeksUnion:

Now the MacBook Ari is getting up to 512 GB of flash storage

12:19
@GeeksUnion:

These run up to 3.2Ghz, and an improvement in graphics, up to 60% faster

12:19
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Updated with Ivy Bridge CPUs up to 2.0 GHz Core i7, up to 8 GB RAM, 60% faster graphics, up to 512 GB flash storage [via Twitter]

12:19
Twitter
tuawlive:

New MacBook Air gets Ivy Bridge. Up to 2GHZ dual core i7, 8gb of 1600MHZ memory. And a faster graphics card. 512GB flashmem. Hawt. [via Twitter]

12:19
@GeeksUnion:

Up to 60% faster graphics

12:20
Twitter
tuawlive:

USB 3.0 also confirmed on new MacBook Airs. [via Twitter]

12:20
Twitter
tuawlive:

720p FaceTime HD camera on new MacBook Air. [via Twitter]

12:20
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Flash memory twice as fast as before, and USB 3.0 support included. FaceTime camera updated to 720p. [via Twitter]

12:21
Twitter
tuawlive:

New MacBook Air is $999 up to $1099 for faster models. Shipping today! [via Twitter]

12:21
Twitter
macrumorslive:

11-inch priced at $999/$1099, 13-inch at $1199/$1499. Shipping today. (No Retina display.) [via Twitter]

12:21
Twitter
tuawlive:

MacBook Pro also getting updated… [via Twitter]

12:22
@GeeksUnion:

The MacBook Pro is also getting an update to Ivy Bridge

12:22
Twitter
tuawlive:

MacBook Pro also Ivy Bridge, up to 2.7 GHz quad-core. Turbo up to 3.7 Ghz. Also 8gb memory, 60% faster graphics. All USB 3.0.[via Twitter]

12:23
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Now MacBook Pro. Ivy Bridge up to 2.7 GHz, faster integrated graphics, NVIDIA GT 650M discrete graphics, USB 3.0 [via Twitter]

12:23
Twitter
tuawlive:

MacBook Pro 13 and 15 inch only, looks like no 17 inch says Engadget. Waiting on confirmation for that. [via Twitter]

12:24
Twitter
macrumorslive:

13-inch at $1199/$1499, 15-inch at $1799/$2199. Also shipping today. [via Twitter]

12:24
Twitter
tuawlive:

MacBook Pros still have optical drives, in case you were worried. [via Twitter]

12:24
Twitter
tuawlive:

New MacBook model being shown on the screen… [via Twitter]

12:24
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Great updates across the board, but what else? “Let me make room on the slide.” Third notebook model covered by black sheet. [via Twitter]

12:25
Twitter
geeksunion:

RT @MacLife: No 17-inch MacBook Pro shown in the lineup. Are you freaking? Or is that one obsolete now? [via Twitter]

12:25
Twitter
tuawlive:

“What would make a next-generation MacBook Pro? Want to know the answer?” Yes, we do. [via Twitter]

12:25
Twitter
macrumorslive:

“Next Generation MacBook Pro” Killer display, radically thin and light. Willing to discard old legacy things. [via Twitter]

12:26
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Revealing live on stage. “Never been a notebook this gorgeous.” “Thinner than my finger.” [via Twitter]

12:26
Twitter
tuawlive:

“The most beautiful computer we’ve ever made.” Hundreds of MacBook Air orders just got canceled? [via Twitter]

12:27
Twitter
cultofmac:

Apple Unveils The Next-Generation MacBook Pro, “The Most Beautiful Computer We’ve Ever Made.” [WWDC 12]http://cultm.ac/LNNFGf [via Twitter]

12:28
Twitter
macrumorslive:

0.71 inches thin, 25% thinner than previous. About as thin as MacBook Air. 4.46 lbs. Lightest Apple pro notebook ever. [via Twitter]

12:28
Twitter
tuawlive:

1/4″ Thinner than current MacBook Pro. RETINA DISPLAY. [via Twitter]

12:28
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Retina display included…pixels so small your retina can’t discern them. 15.4-inch screen at 2880×1800. 220 ppi [via Twitter]

12:29
Twitter
MacLife:

Display: “Yes, it is a Retina Display.” 15.4 inches, 2880.1800, 4x previous gen’s pixels. 220ppi. Dang. [via Twitter]

12:29
Twitter
tuawlive:

2880×1800 on a laptop. It sounds beautiful. [via Twitter]

12:30
Twitter
macrumorslive:

World’s highest resolution notebook display. Higher contrast, deeper blacks, great viewing angles, glare reduced 75%. Ships w/ Lion. [via Twitter]

12:30
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Mail, Safari, iPhoto, iMovie, etc. all updated for Retina. Updating pro apps like Aperture too. [via Twitter]

12:31
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Final Cut Pro updated too. 1080p video can be windowed at full resolution. Non Retina-updated apps will be pixel doubled. [via Twitter]

12:32
Twitter
MacLife:

Phil says they reduced the glare and reflection by 75%. Lion and the Apple apps have been updated to take advantage of the Retina display. [via Twitter]

12:32
Twitter
tuawlive:

Aperture, Final Cut Pro, Mail all updated for the Retina Display on the new MacBook Pro. [via Twitter]

12:32
Twitter
Macworld:

OS X Lion has been updated for Retina MacBook Pro, as well as Aperture and Final Cut Pro X. [via Twitter]

12:32
Twitter
tuawlive:

Diablo 3 also updated. How awesome. [via Twitter]

12:32
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Have been working with some key developers. Photoshop and AutoCAD coming with Retina support. Diablo 3 is Retina-ready.[via Twitter]

12:34
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Showing off the internals. Dominated by battery. Quad-core CPU up to 2.7 GHz, up to 16 GB of 1600 MHz RAM, GT 650M graphics with 1 GB. [via Twitter]

12:35
Twitter
tuawlive:

New MBP with Retina display: up to 16gb of RAM, 2.7GHz quad-core i7s, up to 768 GB of storage. 7 hours batt. SD, HDMI, USB 3.0. Thunderbolt [via Twitter]

12:35
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Built around flash storage up to 768 GB. Up to 7 hours of battery, 30 days of standby. SD slot, HDMI, USB 2/3 Thunderbolt, “Magsafe 2″ [via Twitter]

12:36
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Two Thunderbolt posts…showing off some peripherals. New Thunderbolt adapters for FireWire and Ethernet. [via Twitter]

12:36
Twitter
tuawlive:

Glass trackpad, bluetooth 4.0, two mics, stereo speakers. This is a quality computer. A QUALITY computer. [via Twitter]

12:37
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Backlit keyboard, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, FaceTime HD camera, dual mics, “best stereo speakers” ever put in a computer. [via Twitter]

12:38
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Video time….Ive and Mansfield talking about the revolutionary new MacBook Pro. Reviewing all the innovations. [via Twitter]

12:41
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Display is built into the unibody. New thermal system innovations with asymmetric fan blades, venting, etc. [via Twitter]

12:42
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Talking about Aperture and Final Cut Pro taking advantage of the new Retina display and higher performance. [via Twitter]

12:43
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Schiller back on stage. Configurations start at $2199..8 GB RAM, 256 GB flash, 650M graphics, 2.3 GHz CPU. [via Twitter]

12:43
Twitter
tuawlive:

New MBP with Retina starts at $2199. Pricey, but man, if any computer is worth it, that’s the one. [via Twitter]

12:44
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New MacBook Pro ships today. [via Twitter]

12:44
Twitter
Gizmodo:

Next gen MacBook Pro 15.4″, 2.3ghz proc, 8gb ram, 256 sad is $2199 and ships TODAY! http://live.gizmodo.com/wwdc2012/ [via Twitter]

12:44
Twitter
tuawlive:

New MacBook Pro with Retina Display starts at $2199, shipping today. Wallets jumping out of pockets everywhere. [via Twitter]

12:45
Twitter
macrumorslive:

“This completes our notebook lineup.” Craig Federighi on stage to talk about OS X Mountain Lion. Reviewing OS X history, adoption, etc. [via Twitter]

12:45
Twitter
tuawlive:

Now talking OS X. 26 million copies of Lion shipped so far. Hard to think about an OS after that MBP reveal. Yowza. [via Twitter]

12:46
Twitter
tuawlive:

Over 200 new features coming to OS X. Apple will talk about 8 today. [via Twitter]

12:46
Twitter
macrumorslive:

40% of users were on OS X Lion within 9 months. Now talking about Mountain Lion, going to detail 8 new features. [via Twitter]

12:47
Twitter
macrumorslive:

iCloud support built right into Mountain Lion, all apps configured automatically to use it. 125 million iCloud users already. [via Twitter]

12:47
Twitter
tuawlive:

1) iCloud. 125 million iCloud users registered. Mountain Lion will have iCloud built in. [via Twitter]

12:48
Twitter
macrumorslive:

3 new iCloud-enabled apps: Messages, Reminders, Notes. Documents in the Cloud for document-based apps: simple way to access/organize. [via Twitter]

12:48
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Preview, TextEdit all use Documents in the Cloud, developer SDK available. Time for a demo. [via Twitter]

12:49
Twitter
tuawlive:

Someone thinks they spotted a Siri icon on the screen in Mountain Lion. Not confirmed yet though. [via Twitter]

12:50
Twitter
tuawlive:

Reminders and Messages apps for Mountain Lion being demoed. They look about like what you’d expect. [via Twitter]

12:50
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Going over Reminders, Notes, Messages, etc. Now showing Documents in the Cloud with Numbers. [via Twitter]

12:52
Twitter
tuawlive:

Tim’s trying to show off Messages, but all we can think about is that Retina Display MBP. Oh man, so beautiful. [via Twitter]

12:53
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Next feature is Notification Center. Everything has iOS-styles banner alerts…very similar to Growl. [via Twitter]

12:53
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Dictation on the Mac. Everywhere you can type, you can talk. “Can talk into Facebook if you want.” [via Twitter]

12:54
Twitter
tuawlive:

Next up: Dictation. Dictation is coming to the Mac. Read to your computer, get text output in any number of apps. [via Twitter]

12:55
Twitter
macrumorslive:

System wide Sharing built in. Tweet from Safari, post images to Flickr from Quick Look. [via Twitter]

12:55
Twitter
tuawlive:

Twitter and FB are built into Mountain Lion as well. Also showing off a new Safari, “fastest on the planet.” [via Twitter]

12:56
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New Safari: Fastest JavaScript engine, unified smart search field, iCloud tabs shows browser tabs from other devices. [via Twitter]

12:56
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New “tabview” gestures for navigating tabs. Demo time for Safari. [via Twitter]

12:58
Twitter
tuawlive:

Showing off tabbed browsing, new unified search field, more in Safari. Looks nice. History and tabs are also synced across iCloud. Awesome. [via Twitter]

12:59
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Demonstrating scrolling, iCloud tabs, gestures for swiping across tabs, sharing between apps (even in full-screen mode w/out switching) [via Twitter]

1:00
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Notification Center supports internet services like Twitter. Can tweet right from Notification Center, even with dictation. [via Twitter]

1:01
Twitter
tuawlive:

Showing off the Notification center — Twitter messages, other notifications will show up just like on iOS, drag down from top of screen. [via Twitter]

1:01
Twitter
tuawlive:

A new feature called Power Nap — Mac will update and sync when you’re not using it. [via Twitter]

1:02
Twitter
macrumorslive:

“Power Nap” feature. Keeps Mac up to date while sleeping…Time Capsule backups, email fetching, Photo Stream, updatedownloads. [via Twitter]

1:02
Twitter
tuawlive:

Also, it looks like the MacBook Pro with the Retina Display is officially called MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Huh. Okay. [via Twitter]

1:02
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Compatible with new MacBook Pro and recent MacBook Air models. [via Twitter]

1:03
Twitter
tuawlive:

Airplay Mirroring also included in ML. GameCenter coming to the Mac as well. So everything from iOS coming to OS X, not as touchable. [via Twitter]

1:04
Twitter
macrumorslive:

AirPlay Mirroring: Showing 1080p video, audio. Game Center also coming…Mac-to-Mac and Mac-to-iOS gaming. Turn-based and head-to-head. [via Twitter]

1:05
Twitter
tuawlive:

The Stig showed up to demo Game Center on the Mac. Not the real Stig apparently. [via Twitter]

1:06
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Demo of head-to-head gaming on CSR Racing, iPad vs. Mac. [via Twitter]

1:07
Twitter
macrumorslive:

That’s a quick overview of Mountain Lion…other features like Mail VIPs, Gatekeeper, offline Reading List, etc. [via Twitter]

1:08
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New features for China: Chinese input, dictionary, fonts. System wide sharing with Chinese services. [via Twitter]

1:08
Twitter
macrumorslive:

OS X Mountain Lion launching next month via Mac App Store for $19.99. Price valid for updating from Lion or Snow Leopard.[via Twitter]

1:09
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New Macs purchased starting today will receive free update to Mountain Lion. Developers receiving near-final preview today.[via Twitter]

1:10
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Scott Forstall on stage to talk about iOS. Updating stats: 365 million iOS devices sold, 80% of customers on iOS 5. [via Twitter]

1:10
@GeeksUnion:

365M iOS Devices through March 30th

1:10
@GeeksUnion:

More than 80% of customers on iOS 5

1:10
Twitter
tuawlive:

OS X will be 19.99, coming next month. If you buy a laptop today, the upgrade will be free. [via Twitter]

1:10
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Comparing to Android, where only 7% are on 4.0, which was released around same time as iOS 5. [via Twitter]

1:11
@GeeksUnion:

7B push notifications are sent every single day.

1:11
@GeeksUnion:

1.5 Trillion push notifications already.

1:11
@GeeksUnion:

More than 1B messages every day.

1:11
Twitter
MacLife:

150 billion iMessages sent by 140 million users. 1 billion per day. [via Twitter]

1:11
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Talking notifications: 7 billion sent per day, 1.5 trillion sent in total. 140 million iMessage users, 1 billion messages per day.[via Twitter]

1:11
Twitter
tuawlive:

Now talking about iOS. 365 million devices sold through March. 1.5 trillion push notifications sent already, 140 million iMessage users. [via Twitter]

1:12
Twitter
tuawlive:

Twitter saw a 3x growth in iOS users since integration. 47% of all photos on Twitter come from iOS 5. Man — that’s a lot. [via Twitter]

1:12
Twitter
macrumorslive:

10 billion tweets have been sent from iOS 5, 47% of photos coming from iOS 5. [via Twitter]

1:12
Twitter
geeksunion:

RT @MacLife: 75% of iOS customers are “very satisfied.” Less than 50% for Android, less for poor RIM. [via Twitter]

1:12
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Game Center has 130 million accounts, 5 billion scores per week added. In 67 of top 100 games. [via Twitter]

1:13
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Now introducing iOS 6. More than 200 new features, including significant enhancements to Siri. [via Twitter]

1:13
Twitter
tuawlive:

iOS 6 has 200 new features. “Significant advancements” to Siri. [via Twitter]

1:13
@GeeksUnion:

Over 200 new features in iOS 6

1:14
@GeeksUnion:

New Maps icon.

1:15
Twitter
tuawlive:

New Maps icon spotted. Siri now knows more about sports — more than the devs in house know, according to the lack of interest. [via Twitter]

1:16
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Siri can now do sports scores, stats. standings, and schedules. Enhancements to data on restaurants…in-Siri reviews from Yelp, reservations. [via Twitter]

1:16
Twitter
tuawlive:

Apple has partnered up with Yelp for Siri — you can find restaurants, go directly into Yelp from them. [via Twitter]

1:18
Twitter
tuawlive:

Siri also knows more about movies and restaurants. [via Twitter]

1:18
Twitter
tuawlive:

Siri can also launch apps now apparently. “Play Temple Run” works. Not bad. [via Twitter]

1:19
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Siri knows movie theater listings, integrates with Rotten Tomatoes reviews, trailers. Siri can even launch apps: “Play Temple Run.” [via Twitter]

1:19
Twitter
tuawlive:

That is definitely a new Maps icon. It’s up on our liveblog now. [via Twitter]

1:20
Twitter
tuawlive:

Eyes Free is a new feature that puts a button right on the steering wheel of select cars, so you can use Siri while driving. [via Twitter]

1:20
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New feature “Eyes Free”. Car manufacturers to add Siri button on steering wheel. BMW, GM, Mercedes, Toyota, Honda in next 12 months. [via Twitter]

1:22
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New Siri languages: English/French for Canada, Spanish for Spain/Mexico/U.S., Italian, Korean. Local search coming around the world. [via Twitter]

1:22
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Siri coming to the new iPad. [via Twitter]

1:22
Twitter
tuawlive:

Siri is coming to the new iPad. The new one only, though. [via Twitter]

1:22
@GeeksUnion:

“We have been working very closely with Facebook”

1:23
Twitter
tuawlive:

Facebook integration is the next big feature. “You know, like we did for Twitter!” – not a real quote. [via Twitter]

1:23
Twitter
tuawlive:

Post pics from Photos, links from Safari, locations from Maps. Makes sense. [via Twitter]

1:24
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Next feature: Facebook integration. System wide login like with Twitter. Notification Center support, Siri support, public API.[via Twitter]

1:24
Twitter
tuawlive:

FB integrated with App Store too, so can FB about apps. Zzzzz show some more about that new MacBook Pro. [via Twitter]

1:24
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Facebook integrated with App Store: like apps, movies, TV, music. See what your friends like. Facebook contact integration as well. [via Twitter]

1:25
Twitter
tuawlive:

Also, contact syncing with Facebook. Who wants all of their FB friends in Contacts, though? Not us. [via Twitter]

1:26
Twitter
tuawlive:

Phone app has been updated. “Reply with Message” “remind me later” buttons added to call screen. No “call me maybe” button.#jokenoonegets [via Twitter]

1:27
@GeeksUnion:

Do Not Disturb comes to iOS

1:27
@GeeksUnion:

Notifications will still come to your phone, they just wont light up the screen

1:27
@GeeksUnion:

There are detailed controls that allow you to allow certain callers through

1:27
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Enhancements to Phone app. New slider button to reply with messages or set up reminders to call back. Do Not Disturb mode. [via Twitter]

1:27
@GeeksUnion:

You can even allow it to allow repeated calls, say in the case of an emergency, to trigger it.

1:27
@GeeksUnion:

Facetime over cellular connection.

1:27
Twitter
tuawlive:

Can screen phone calls, and there’s a do not disturb mode too that blocks out all calls, notifications, everything. [via Twitter]

1:28
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Can set Do Not Disturb schedule and fine tune contacts who can bypass it when they call/message. [via Twitter]

1:28
@GeeksUnion:

They’re also unifying your phone number and your Apple ID

1:28
Twitter
macrumorslive:

FaceTime now works over cellular. Unifies phone number and Apple ID. Incoming FaceTime calls to phone number can be answered on Mac. [via Twitter]

1:30
@GeeksUnion:

You can now upload photos to websites from MOBILE Safari!

1:30
Twitter
tuawlive:

FaceTime will be available over cellular networks. Mobile Safari gets an offline reading list, more options for uploading. [via Twitter]

1:30
Twitter
tuawlive:

Smart App Banners, a new feature to push people from browser sites into apps directly. [via Twitter]

1:30
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Safari for iOS: Adding iCloud tabs, offline Reading List, upload photos right in Safari, smart app banners for sites to advertise their apps [via Twitter]

1:31
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Web site can even tell app what the user was doing, so they can jump right in where they left off. Also adding full-screen landscape mode. [via Twitter]

1:31
Twitter
tuawlive:

iOS 6 is adding shared photo streams. Choose photos to share, friends to share them with, and done. [via Twitter]

1:32
Twitter
tuawlive:

Friends get a push notification for your photo, can comment on them, can browse them on Windows or even Apple TV [via Twitter]

1:32
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Photo Stream: New shared streams, easy way to share with friends. Everyone can comment. Friends get push notifications for new photos. [via Twitter]

1:32
Twitter
tuawlive:

A new feature called VIPs. It gets you in line at clubs? [via Twitter]

1:33
Twitter
tuawlive:

Oh you can flag contacts as VIPs, their messages get highlighted, and there’s a VIP box in mail too. Also pull to refresh messages.[via Twitter]

1:34
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New app: Passbook. Handles tickets and boarding passes, customer loyalty/discount cards, movie ticket apps, etc. [via Twitter]

1:34
Twitter
tuawlive:

A new app is called Passbook — keeps all of your passes in one place, movies, airline tickets, loyalty cards, etc. QR and barcodes included [via Twitter]

1:36
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Easy for developers to implement, shows up on lock screen. Demoing Amtrak and United boarding passes, Target coupon,Starbucks card, etc. [via Twitter]

1:37
Twitter
tuawlive:

Can even set locations in Passbook, so cards come up when you’re near that store’s location. Wild. [via Twitter]

1:37
@GeeksUnion:

If your boarding pass data changes, it will automatically update it for you.

1:37
@GeeksUnion:

This is integrated with the phone and with the lock screen. If you visit Starbucks, it will display your card automatically on the lock sc

1:37
Twitter
tuawlive:

Now demoing guided access for disabled users. [via Twitter]

1:37
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Geolocation…when you’re near Starbucks, card pops up. Cards are live too…if airline gate changes, virtual boarding pass will alert you. [via Twitter]

1:39
@GeeksUnion:

Guided access

This allows you to select individual elements of an app to disable.

This can allow you to put devices into ‘single app’ mode, disabling the home button

1:39
Twitter
Macworld:

Guided Access: lets you put iOS device into single-app mode (can’t exit app) and disable particular controls on the screen. [via Twitter]

1:39
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Next feature: Guided Access. Increasing accessibility, esp for autistic…can just circle app controls to disable them. Single-app mode. [via Twitter]

1:39
@GeeksUnion:

An entirely new Map solution

1:39
Twitter
tuawlive:

Finally, the new Maps! This is going to be a good one. What’s the over/under on voice nav? [via Twitter]

1:40
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Next feature: Maps. Entirely new from the ground up, all cartography done by Apple. 100 million business listings worldwide.[via Twitter]

1:41
Twitter
tuawlive:

Maps has local search, Yelp is integrated. Traffic service included. Thanks for all your help Google, but it looks like Apple has moved on. [via Twitter]

1:41
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Yelp integrated into business listing. Includes traffic service with incident reports, etc…anonymous, real-time, crowd-sourced.[via Twitter]

1:41
Twitter
tuawlive:

Turn-by-Turn navigation built in to the new Maps. Finally. [via Twitter]

1:42
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Turn-by-turn navigation. Find a destination, tap “quick route” and you’re on your way. Monitors traffic and can re-route. [via Twitter]

1:42
Twitter
Gizmodo:

Passbook Is the Beginning of Mobile Payments On iOS http://gizmodo.com/5917474/passbook-is-the-beginning-of-mobile-payments-on-ios [via Twitter]

1:42
Twitter
tuawlive:

Traffic is monitored in real time, directions get shown even from the lock screen. Integrated with Siri as well. Hot. [via Twitter]

1:43
Twitter
tuawlive:

You can even ask Siri if you’re there yet, and she’ll give you an ETA. 3D flyover of cities as well – Apple is taking Google on directly.[via Twitter]

1:43
Twitter
macrumorslive:

“Flyover”: Apple has been flying over cities to build 3D photographic models. Vector-based maps with zoom, rotate, etc. [via Twitter]

1:43
Twitter
geeksunion:

RT @gadgetlab: New iOS Maps will have Siri & Yelp integration, turn-by-turn navigation, Google-earth style “Flyover” view.#WWDC htt … [via Twitter]

1:44
Twitter
tuawlive:

Dave Caolo: “Begun these map wars have.” [via Twitter]

1:45
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Rotate to see sides of buildings, use satellite view, switch back to 2D, all very smooth and rendered in real time. [via Twitter]

1:46
Twitter
tuawlive:

We have just one question about this new Maps app: WHEN CAN WE HAVE IT [via Twitter]

1:47
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Demoing turn-by-turn directions. Multiple route options, Siri gives voice directions. Overview mode to pan entire route at any time. [via Twitter]

1:48
Twitter
macrumorslive:

These are just 10 of the over 200 new features in iOS 6. Game Center score challenges, new privacy controls, redesigned stores, etc. [via Twitter]

1:48
Twitter
tuawlive:

Other iOS features: Challenges in Game Center, Made for iPhone hearing aids, new email signatures for work or personal. [via Twitter]

1:49
Twitter
macrumorslive:

New “Lost Mode” for Find My iPhone. Can send a phone number to the phone…allows finder to tap to call back. [via Twitter]

1:50
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Lots of developers tools. APIs for Pass Kit in Passbook, Reminders, transit apps, etc. Developer beta of iOS 6 available today. [via Twitter]

1:51
Twitter
macrumorslive:

iOS 6 ships this fall for iPhone 3GS and later, iPad 2 and later, 4th generation iPod touch. Cook is back on stage. [via Twitter]

1:51
Twitter
tuawlive:

iOS 6 beta out to developers today. Full release this fall for 3GS and greater iPhones, 2nd gen iPads, and 4th gen iPod touch. [via Twitter]

1:52
Twitter
tuawlive:

Wrapping up the show now: New MacBooks, new MacBook Pro with Retina Display (!), new OS X next month, new iOS this fall. Quality keynote! [via Twitter]

1:52
Twitter
macrumorslive:

Tim is wrapping up…reviewing new MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion, iOS 6. [via Twitter]

1:52
Twitter
geeksunion:

RT @macrumorslive: Tim is wrapping up…reviewing new MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion, iOS 6. [via Twitter]

1:53
Twitter
tuawlive:

Tim Cook loves his job, says Engadget. And that’s all, folks! Stay tuned for new from WWDC all week, more info later today! [via Twitter]

1:54
Twitter
macrumorslive:

That’s it! Keynote is over. [via Twitter]

1:54
@GeeksUnion:

And it’s over.

1:54
@GeeksUnion:

Thanks everyone we will have a wrap up post soon at http://geeksunion.com




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