Missed Apple's WWDC 2017 press conference? Watch the recording right here
Apple's WWDC 2017 press conference has officially ended, but for those who missed it or simply want to rewatch it, the company has made a recording of the whole event available online. The whole thing lasts a whopping 139 minutes, so strap on!
For the impatient among you, here's a short list of most of the things that happened on stage today:
- WatchOS 4 was announced, bringing, among other things, a new, Siri-enabled watchface;
- iOS 11 got its long-awaited debut with a ton of improvements and new features;
- Two new iPad Pro models were announced, with upgraded internals and new software features;
- Siri got a ton of new functionality and its own dedicated speaker, the HomePod
And a lot more, including updated iMac desktops, a brand-new product tier called the iMac Pro, and updated MacBooks, a new AR platform called ARKit, as well as the surprise release of Monument Valley 2.
It's no surprise Apple called this the best WWDC ever – there was simply a ton of new information to digest. But don't just take our word for it; go look for yourself! As far as press conferences go, this one was a wild ride.
This story is part of:Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 (13 updates)
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