CEO Tim Cook heads Apple's online keynote.
CEO Tim Cook addresses the Black Lives Matter movement and the coronavirus pandemic.
Apple unveils iOS 14.
Apple announces App Library, which will make your apps easier to organize and navigate.
Siri gets a whopping 25 billion requests per month.
The app, which can work offline, will let you translate your voice and text across 11 different languages.
You can now pin your most important conversations to the top of your messages.
Apple claims there are over a trillion ways to customize your emoji in iOS 14.
Inline replies will let you reply to a specific message. You can view them in their own threads or within the full conversation.
iOS 14 is changing the way you ride your bicyle with updates to Cycling.
Apple is adding dedicated cycling options to maps, which will take things like elevation into account.
Apple announces new updates to CarPlay. Soon you'll be able to unlock your car with your iPhone.
Apple uses NFC and you'll just need to tap to unlock.
Apple's new App Clips are designed for speed. This feature lets you use a small part of the app without needing to download the entire app.
App Clips allow you to use Apply Pay instead of entering your credit card information.
All new sidebar on the iPad.
iPad has updates to the Apple Pencil.
Scribble allows you to handwrite in any text field.
The updated Apple Pencil allows for easy note taking. You can make smoother shapes.
AirPods will now switch between devices seamlessly.
This will create a surround sound effect on your AirPods.
Apple unveiled WatchOS 7 with a slew of new features.
The Workout app adds support for four new workouts: core training, dance, functional strength training and cool down.
A new major fitness feature is Dance.
Dance is a total body workout. Apple has added heart rate data to more accurately calculate calories burned.
The app is getting a new name.
This new mode will help you get to bed on time.
There are new improved sleep tracking features. Your Apple Watch also has an option to buzz you awake so that an alarm won't disturb your sleeping partner.
WatchOS 7 is the first watch software to automatically detect when you're washing your hands.
The watch will display a countdown to make sure you're washing your hands for the recommended amount of time.
Apple revealed new privacy updates.
Apple will limit how much personal data that can be accessed. It will also process information on your device instead of on a server.
Apple will make it clear when your device's mic or camera are recording.
Apple will let you see an app's privacy practices before you download it.
Along with updates to app privacy, Safari will now have a Privacy Report button.
Apple announced new updates to HomeKit.
When you add a new smart home app to your device, Apple will make suggestions on how to get the most out of your gadget.
Apple is linking your HomePod to the facial recognition that's built into Apple Photos so that your HomePod can announce who is at your front door.
Apple says that Apple TV Plus reaches a billion devices.
Apple announces MacOS Big Sur, its newest operating system.
Mac Catalyst will help developers share code between Mac and iPad apps.
Safari is getting some major updates. There is a new privacy report button, a new customizable Safari start page and built-in translation that will let you translate webpages from seven languages.
Apple announces it is transitioning to its own Arm-based Apple silicon.
New improvements to the Arm chips.
Everything that developers will need for building apps for the news chips will be available in Xcode.
Demanding apps like Final Cut Pro will be native for Apple silicon.
Apps will be translated at installation so they can be launched immediately.
Apple's new OS releases will be available in beta in July and available to all customers this fall.