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Apple CEO Tim Cook Keynote at WWDC June 2014 Transcript

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Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered keynote at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2014) which was held from June 2-6 at San Francisco. We produce here the full transcript of the WWDC keynote event below.

Tim Cook – CEO, Apple Inc.

Good morning. Good morning…good morning.

Welcome to San Francisco. We’re here today and all week to celebrate the developer community and all of the amazing apps that they’ve created. I hope that video did a great job of capturing just how deeply we feel about our developer community, and more importantly, a number of lives that they’ve enriched.

So from all of Apple, thank you very much.

This is a milestone year for this conference. It’s the 25th anniversary of the conference. It started in 1990 with just 1300 developers who gathered to talk about the System 7 and there was one lab in that developer conference.

Now WWDC is a huge conference for Apple and a huge conference for all of our developers. We have over a thousand of our best and brightest engineers here today to talk with you directly in lab about how to improve your code.

We’ve got people from more countries than ever before and two-thirds of the attendees today are here at the developer conference for the very first time.

Special shout out this morning to the student scholarship winners. They worked really hard to get here.

Our youngest developer in the audience today is 13. We’re going to be seeing apps from them for a long time.

The developer community is incredibly vibrant. We now have 9 million registered developers. That’s up almost 50% since last year. That’s the most developers we’ve ever added in a single year.

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