Federighi: Now in iOS 8 you get all of your photos in organization across iOS devices, and soon, via the Web
Federighi: in original format.
First 5 GB free. 20 GB for $0.99 per month. 200GB for $3.99 per month.
Full res photos and videos go to iCloud, but you still only
get 5GB free.
Federighi: Great set of major features coming to iOS. But of course, there's always a whole lot more than I can talk about.
Would you rather say "Hello, Google?" or "Hey, Siri?"
Federighi: Now, if you take your phone and plug it into the car, you can say "hey siri" without touching yoru phone. And song recognition with Shazam. Can purchase from within Siri. Streaming voice recognition. Also support for 22 new dictation language.
$12 for 20GB/year. But doesn't Flickr offer 1TB for free? Not the same, but still...
Federighi: Finally in China, have greatlly improved maps with vector based Maps, turn by turn navigation, Lunar calendar support, improved weather data.
Cook: If we ended the keynote now, it would be a giant release, but there is a lot more. The second part of this story is waht iOS 8 provides for developers, extending your capability ot make even more incredible apps you could not make before.
Cook: All of these apps are delivered via the app store. Now over 1.2M of your apps in it. Marketplace around these apps is unbelievably vibrant. 300M app store visitors every week.
Cook: Now downloaded over 75 billion apps. These are mind blwoing numbers
1.2 million apps in the app store -- but how many do you actually use?
Cook: What we wnat to do is make the app store even better. New features. Adding an explore tab to help users find the app they're looking for more. Can browse through categories, subcategories. Adding top trending searches. Making search even better by adding continuious scrolling list. related searches.
Trending searches is a great addition to app store -- app discovery and search remains a stubborn problem.
Cook: With new editors' choice logo, users can find the best apps.
Cook: First time giving developers the ability to form app bundles. So users can buy multiple apps.
And as annoying as app curation on App Store is, on Android it's about 10,000 times worse.
Cook: So users can buy multiple apps at a discounted price with just one tap
Cook: We're introducing app previews so developers can make short videos of some great features and users can make certain it's an app they want
Cook: Also introducing for the first time today a new beta test service called TestFlight
App preview videos, another great idea -- I've felt that's been a strong part of the Steam store for years.
Big applause for app previews, but why still no demos?
Cook:Developers can invite users to beta test their app and get the results right in TestFlight. And it's all free.
Cook: We are really investing a ton in the App Store. It is a huge release. Everything will be available in the Fall.
"Everything will be available in the fall" -- just like some new iOS devices, hopefully...
Cook: SDK. Biggest release since the launch of the app store. Will give developer the capabilites and tools to make things they hadn't dreamed of and to push to a whole new level.