Apple CEO Tim Cook and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address today, June 8th, at 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT.

Apple today will stream the company’s WWDC Keynote live via Safari browser and Apple TV. Live streaming video requires Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later. The big event starts today at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT here: http://www.apple.com/live/2015-june-event/. Open it in one browser window or tab and this page in another to comment on the proceedings in real-time.

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) gives developers an in-depth look at the latest in iOS and OS X. WWDC features more than 100 technical sessions, over 1,000 Apple engineers, hands-on labs, and the Apple Design Awards. Millions worldwide will be able to watch sessions streamed live. WWDC Scholarships are available to students and members of participating STEM organizations around the world.

MacDailyNews will offer live notes during Apple’s keynote on this page. We’ll see you back here just before 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT.

Live notes from Apple CEO Tim Cook’s WWDC 2014 keynote address in reverse chronological order:

• End of keynote.

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• Music performance: The Weeknd…

• Cook plays Apple Music television ad…

• And even if you’re not a member, you can still use Apple Music to follow your favorite artists and listen to Beats 1 for free
• Apple Music will be available on Windows and on Android later this fall
• Apple Music will be available June 30 in over 100 countries with iOS 8.4 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch – and as an update to iTunes on your Mac

• Apple Music: $14.99 – up to 6 family members are subscribed – own accounts, own libraries, own recommendations – “an incredible value!”
• Apple Music costs $9.99 per month; the first three months are free to try
• Apple Music launches later this month with iOS 8.4

• “Play the song from ‘Selma'” – (Siri plays wrong song) – Cue re-asks and it plays the proper song
• Ask Siri to “Play the top song from May 1982” – Apple Music plays Joan Jett “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll”
• Apple Music controllable by Siri (“Play the top 10 songs in Alternative”)
• Connect lets you get behind the scenes with your favorite artists
• Apple Music has tens of thousands of music videos all in HD and ad-free
• You provide Apple Music your likes and Apple Music serves up music just “For You” – handpicked music based on your tastes

• Eddy Cue wishes Phil Schiller a happy birthday and launches into Apple Music demo…
• Drake talks about the Connect feature of Apple Music
• Unsigned artists can share their music on Apple Music, too – so music lovers and the entire music industry can hear it
• Artists can post their latest tracks, behind-the-scenes photos, in-progress lyrics, or a new remix – you can love or comment on your favorites
• Drake takes the stage

• Apple Music gives artists a single place to connect with fans
• Tens of millions of tracks in the iTunes library are available for you to stream or save for offline listening – you can even share playlists, albums, and videos
• With Apple Music, you still have your iTunes library – and a lot more
• Get recommendations for albums and playlists you’ll love from experts — real people who know and love music
• The world’s best radio will feature the world’s best voices, like Zane Lowe
• Apple Music will have a groundbreaking 24/7 global radio station – broadcasting nonstop to over 100 countries from LA, New York, and London
• Apple Music features Beats 1. Music, interviews, guest hosts, news, and culture – no matter where you are, you can hear the same programming as every other listener
• Eddy Cue takes stage to explain details…

• Apple Music is three things: Revolutionary music service (My Music, For You, and New), 24/7 global radio (Radio Beats1), Connecting fans with artists (Connect).
• Apple Music provides a human touch – the right song, the right playlist, at the right moment
• Apple Music is one app, one single app
• Stream from millions of songs, Beats 1 live radio stations with top flight deejays, and Connect to artists – all in one place
• Apple Music intro video…
• Jimmy Iovine takes the stage
• Apple Music (MUSIC)

• Apple video about the history of music…

• Cook: One more thing…

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• watchOS 2 release “this fall”
• Developer tools now available today to developers

• Demo of watchOS 2…
• All the new features of Apple Pay are also available on Apple Watch – in addition to debit and credit cards, you can add everything from reward cards to private-label cards
• Siri works with Glances
• Siri works with HomeKit
• Siri now supports mass transit directions: Use the Transit feature in Maps to see public transportation routes and directions right on your wrist
• New awards for fitness that you can now share with others via Facebook, Twitter, and Messages
• Siri now works with Workout: You can use Siri to start and end workouts, like a bike ride or a 30-minute outdoor run
• Reply to email directly from your wrist with smart replies, emoji, and dictation
• You can have multiple screens for friends and even add new people right from your watch
You can now reply to email!
• watchOS 2, lets you use multiple colors in Digital Touch drawings
• Nightstand mode – while charging, see clock, set alarm, too – The Digital Crown transforms to snooze and the side button turns off an alarm
• Time Travel: Rotate Digital Crown and Complications will update over time (look at calendar back and ahead, for example)
• Complications: Developers can make their own Complications
• ou can pick an image from the Photos app on your watch and set it as your watch face – or set a different image from any photo album you select to appear each time you raise your wrist
• Timepiece: new watchfaces – Photo face, Photo Album face, Time-Lapse face (shows iconic locations around the world shot over 24 hours)

• Kevin Lynch onstage to talk watchOS 2

• Cook: New watchOS 2 brings native app right to your wrist
• Cook: “We believe in technology designed for the wrist.”
• Cook: “This is how we felt when we launched the App Store.”
• watchOS 2: new version lets developers bring native apps to the Watch

• Tim Cook thanks the developer community
• The average iOS user has 119 apps
• 98% of all Fortune 500 companies have at least one iOS app

• Apple video to celebrate developers…
• Apple has paid out over $30 billion to developers: The most profitable app marketplace on the planet
• App Store recently passed milestone: 100 billion app downloads
• App Store was launched only 7 years ago

• AAPL: 127.43 Down 1.22(0.95%) @ 2:18PM EDT

• Tim Cook takes the stage, recaps announcements so far

• iOS 9 will be available to everyone this fall
• The iOS 9 developer beta is available today, and the public beta will be available in July
• iOS 9 supports all iOS 8 devices

• Swift will be open source later this year, available for iOS, OS X, and Linux
Swift goes Open Source (huge applause)
• The App Store now has more than 15,000 apps that use Swift
• Apple unveils Swift 2

• CarPlay is a smarter, safer way to use your iPhone in your car – and now it lets you connect wirelessly
• HomeKit supports new accessories like home security systems and mechanical blinds – and with iCloud Remote Access, you can control them no matter where you are
• The Health app can help you track everything from your workouts to how much water you drink – It can now also track reproductive health, how often you’re seated, and UV exposure

• With GameplayKit, Model I/O, and ReplayKit, new APIs will make iOS games even better
• iOS 9 takes less free space than iOS 8 to install
• With average use, the iPhone 6 battery will last an additional hour with iOS 9

• Split View available only for iPad Air 2
• Slide-over and PIP available for older iPads

• Picture in Picture scales a video down in size so you can keep watching a TV show while you reply to an email
• Picture-in-picture – watch video while working in other apps
• Slide Over lets you open a second app without leaving the one you’re in
• Split View allows two apps to be open and active at the same time on the same screen
iOS 9 multitasking: Split-view multitasking

• Put two fingers down on the iOS 9 keyboard an it becomes a trackpad – instantly
• iOS 9 elevates iPad experience to a whole new level

• News is for US, UK, and Australia to start
• News keeps your data private. And Apple never shares what you’re reading with third parties
• News keeps all your favorite publishers, topics, and genres in one place
• News has the latest stories, articles, and posts, with over a million topics to choose from
• News learns what you’re interested in over time
• News creates a personalized feed called “For You.”
• Apple’s Susan Prescott takes stage to demo Apple’s News app
All-new Apple app: News

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• Apple Pay merchants identified in Maps for iOS and OS X
• Siri works directly with Transit.
• In iOS 9, Maps gets public transit. Multi-modal routing.

• iOS 9 Notes: Create checklists. Add photos directly into Notes. Draw with finger right into notes. Add links into Notes. New Attachments view for Notes. All content kept up to date across all iOS and OS X devices

• Apple’s ultimate goal is to replace the wallet
• Apple renames Passbook to Wallet
• Apple Pay automatically presents the best card
• In iOS 9, you can add loyalty, reward, and store cards – Dunkin Donuts gets Apple Pay this fall
• UK to have over 250,000 locations in UK and supported by London transportation system
• Jennifer Bailey: Apple Pay coming to the UK next month to 8 of the most popular banks with more coming in the fall
• Square to support Apple Pay. This fall, Square will launch a new reader enabling millions of local and small businesses to accept Apple Pay
• Next month Apple Pay supporters will surpass 1 million locations
• Many new retailers joining Apple Pay
• Apple Pay: Over 2,500 banks support. Discover support comes this fall
• Jennifer Bailey: Apple’s VP of Apple Pay takes stage

• You’re in control of your data. Searches are not associated with your Apple ID and not shared with third parties.
• iOS 9 respects your privacy. Apple honestly just doesn’t want to know. Your private information stays on your device.

• AAPL: 126.94 Down 1.71(1.33%) @ 1:37PM EDT

• In Spotlight, your device will suggest recent contacts, apps, or places you may be interested in.
• iOS 9 demo – a day in the life
• iOS 9 offers developers a search API – deep linked into the apps themselves
• With iOS 9, you can search for more — including sports schedules, Netflix movies, and information inside apps.
• Siri: Proactive Assistant: Like a great assistant, your device can now anticipate what you want to do next based on your location, the time, what app you have open, or what you’re connected to
• Siri and Reminders is now even more powerful
• Siri gets an Apple Watch-like UI
• Siri: 40% more accurate over last year. Just 5% error rate – industry leading rate
• Siri: 1 billion requests per week
• Introducing iOS 9, the newest release of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system.

• AAPL: 127.02 Down 1.63(1.26%) @ 1:30PM EDT

• iOS 9
• Android at a meager 12%
• 83% of iOS device users running latest iOS version
• Next up: iOS

• OS X El Capitan – devs today, Public beat in July – launch this fall

• Metal is great for games, delivering richer onscreen graphics and faster performance in games like Fortnite.
• Epic demo
• Metal is a core graphics technology that gives apps near-direct access to the GPU.
• Adobe: 8X improvement in rendering effect in After Effects via Metal for Mac
• Metal for Mac: Gives direct access to GPU – much improved performance
• OS X El Capitan performance: Optimized throughout system. OS X now significantly faster

• The Spaces Bar makes it easier than ever to create multiple desktops, giving you more room to work.
• Split View automatically positions two apps side by side, using every pixel of your Mac display.
• Auto spilt-view in OS X
• OS X El Capitan window management: new Mission Control interface, Mail gets tabs in compose mode
• Spotlight – natural language searches – systemwide
• Safari tabs show you which sites are playing audio (finally!) – easily mute tabs
• Safari allows users to pin sites – act differently than regular tabs – pin MacDailyNews.com ASAP!
• OS X El Capitan demo
• OS X focused on experience and performance
Introducing OS X El Capitan

• Over 55% of active mac users are using the latest OS X version – fastest adoption rate for any PC OS ever
• Craig Federighi takes stage
• There’s a lot to get into – “Everything’s going great.” – so let’s get into OS X and iOS
• Native apps come to Apple Watch with a new version of watchOS
• Cook has the ball and the teammates get their Apple Watches, iPads, MacBooks, etc.
• MLB players’ ransom list for 100th HR ball – looks like an Apple Store shopping list
• Apple live-streaming 30 sessions for the WWDC conference around the world
• 350 WWDC Scholarship winners
• Over 70 countries represented at WWDC. Apple’s most global conference ever

• Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the WWDC 2015 stage to big applause
• Have a great WWDC.
• We want Twizzlers.
• Bill Hader in humerios spoof video

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• Everyone brushed up on their Mandarin? 😉
• AAPL: 127.82 Down 0.83(0.65%) @ 12:37PM EDT