Following is the full transcript of the entire Apple WWDC 2019 Keynote Event. Apple CEO Tim Cook and the team addressed the iPhone maker’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference at San Jose Convention Center, California. This event occurred on Monday, June 3, 2019.
Speakers at the event:
Tim Cook – CEO, Apple Inc.
Kevin Lynch – VP Technology, Apple
Dr. Sumbul Desai – VP of Health, Apple
Haley Allen – Lead, watchOS Program
Craig Federighi – SVP, Software Engineering, Apple Inc.
Meg Frost – Director, Product Design at Apple
Justin Titi – Lead, Photos at Apple
Stacey Lysik – Senior Director of OS Program
Toby Paterson – Senior Director, iPad
John Ternus – VP, Hardware Engineering
David Earl – Apple Logic Pro 10 trainer
Colleen Novielli – Mac Product marketing team
Rob Chatfield – Senior iOS Engineer
Josh Shaffer – Head of iOS UI frameworks
Tim Cook – CEO, Apple Inc.
Wow. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Good morning. And welcome to WWDC 2019. It is so great to be here with you today in San Jose. And we are so inspired by the millions of incredible Apple developers around the world.
Your dreams and your passion and dedication to fulfill those dreams comes across so clearly in the apps that you create, apps that enrich the lives of millions of people around the world. You make the world a better place and that is why we are here this morning.
So, welcome to WWDC.
WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) is more vibrant than ever with attendees from more countries and more first-time attendees than ever. In fact, for most of you in the audience this morning, this is your first WWDC, so, welcome.
Apple makes the best products in the world, products that integrate world class hardware with world class software and a growing collection of world class services to deliver experiences unlike anyone else out there.
In March, we held an event to talk about our services and introduce you to some brand-new Apple services. We launched Apple News+ which offers a beautifully designed experience for more than 300 popular magazines, digital publications and newspapers. There is no service out there quite like this. I love it.
And if you haven’t tried it, I encourage you to do so.
We also announced Apple Arcade, the world’s first game subscription service for mobile, desktop and living room featuring over 100 new games from some of the most innovative game developers in the world. Apple Arcade will be available later this year.
And we introduced Apple Card which will completely reinvent the credit card experience. Apple Card will be available this summer.
And we announced Apple TV+ which is a new home for the world’s most creative storytellers.
Now, while the service doesn’t launch until fall, we thought it would be really fun this morning to share with you a sneak peek of just one of our upcoming show from Ron Moore, the executive producer behind Battle Star Galactica and Star Trek. With his new series, Ron wanted to take us on a journey in which the space race was a little different than you might remember it. And it has never ended.
So, let’s take a first look at For All Mankind.
I believe that this nation should commit itself to landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.
After thousands of years gazing up in the heavens and dreaming of this day, a man is about to set foot on the moon.
Across the world, people wait with bated breath.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is a live signal. There he is. The shock across the nation at this event is just indescribable.
The Soviet cosmonaut has become the first to set foot on the moon.
I thought it was about being first. It turns out the stakes are much bigger than that.
Get back to work. We are still in this thing. Change of plans, gentlemen. There is water on the moon. This race will be ours to fight for and to win. And we are not stopping there. Moon Lab.
We need to accelerate the base. You are going to be an astronaut candidate? No, I’m going to be an astronaut. We will go to Mars, Saturn, the stars, the galaxy.
Drifting right. Watch it. Eagle, this is Houston. Do you copy?
This is not the end of the race. We must keep our eyes to the future. Three, two…