Last night Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC 2022) with its annual keynote. Tim Cook and his buddies introduced the world to a slew of software updates. Things got interesting in the hardware category with the new M2 chip and the company’s new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro notebooks turning up. Apple also rolled out new developer tools and APIs.
Two hours in three minutes
We (and Apple) know that most people have better things to do than watch a two-hour video to learn more about a new pair of MacBooks, the ability to unsend or change a message, a busier lock screen, focus modes, and other software updates. The WWDC keynote is a hefty time investment if you’re not actually developing Apple apps for a living.
Apple was kind enough to release a recap of the first day of WWDC. The company’s content director Serenity Caldwell acts as host, rehashing the entire event in just three minutes. She also offers a preview of what’s coming up this week.
There are still plenty of days left of WWDC 2022. Apple is set to host four more days of developer sessions, both in-person and online. The company is making its entire conference available for free online. Developers and fans can tune in for all kinds of sessions for the rest of the week, but the sexiest information has already been shared.
If you’ve got three minutes to spare, and want to catch up on absolutely everything Apple announced at the WWDC launch, it’s easy enough. Click play on the video above and compress two hours of education into 180 seconds. If only education was this easy to condense.