Videos: a little of what happened at the opening keynote of WWDC 2015

Videos: a little of what happened at the opening keynote of WWDC 2015

You followed our live coverage of the opening keynote of Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 and the countless articles that have already been and continue to be published here on the website, but it is time to recap a little of what happened there in videos.

Apple has already posted four on its YouTube channel:

Apple Music – Music needed a house We created a

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1zs0uHHoSw

Apple Music is the place where music is treated as art, with a sense of respect and discovery. It is also a place that accommodates and supports musicians, and provides an environment for artists and fans to interact. Listen to millions of tracks and discover music you love with playlists selected and recommended by our experts. Listen to Beats 1, our 24/7 worldwide station that broadcasts the best new music directly from Los Angeles, New York and London, which is led by renowned DJ Zane Lowe. And Apple Music Connect gives you a direct line to your favorite artists; where they can share we gave, remixes, lyrics, photos in fact everything they want directly with you, the fan. We are taking all the forms with which you love music, bringing them together in one complete place; a complete thought around the music.

Apple Music – Worldwide

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNUC6UQ_Qvg

Introducing Beats 1. World radio 24/7. Only on Apple Music.

Apple Music – Histria do Som

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-7uXcvOzms

Each great innovation inspires the next. 127 years of sound took us to the next big step in audio: Apple Music.

The effect of apps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSiDIaab2nY

The App Store has grown from 500 apps to well over 1 million in just 7 years. The software world is now a business field for developers and the experiences they are creating have enriched, empowered and really changed all of our lives.

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The full keynote has not yet been posted on YouTube, but can now be (re) viewed on the Apple website.