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Live scripting of the new Apple iPhone 5 event 12-9-2012
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Jason:

The song is, I believe, “Times Like These.”

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Jason:

I have to believe that the line “I’m a new day rising” is a conscious reference to the influential band Hüsker Dü’s classic album “New Day Rising.”

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Dan Moren:

I’m a bad person, Jason.

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Jason:

That’s just “Foo Fighters,” Dan.

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Dan Moren:

It’s The Foo Fighters!

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Dan Moren:

“They’ve won 11 Grammy awards, including 5 in the last year alone.” “And if you haven’t seen them before, you’ve been about to discover why.”

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Dan Moren:

“Whenever we have a music event, we like to remind ourselves and our customers of why we do what we do. And there’s no better way to do that than to have one of our favorite musical artists performance.”

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Dan Moren:

“They are doing the best work of their lives. Work that has real significance. Because delivering revolutionary products make a real difference in people’s lives.”

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Dan Moren:

“Apple has never been stronger, and that’s because of the dedication and creativity of employees throughout the world.”

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Dan Moren:

“Only Apple could create such amazing hardware, software and services.”

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Dan Moren:

“When you look at each of these, they are incredibly industry-leading innovations by themselves. But what sets them apart and what places Apple way ahead of the competition is how they work so well together.”

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Dan Moren:

Tim’s reviewing what’s been discussed today. A whole new iPod lineup. A brand new iTunes. And iPhone 5.

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Dan Moren:

Jumping iPods changing colors as they bounce around.

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Dan Moren:

With an iPod ad.

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Dan Moren:

And here’s Tim.

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Dan Moren:

To date Apple has contributed over $50 million to fighting AIDS in Africa, via Product RED devices.

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Dan Moren:

There are Product RED models as well, of the shuffle, nano, and touch.

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Dan Moren:

The new nano and new touch are available in October.

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Dan Moren:

The new iPod touch: 32GB for $299 and 64GB for $399.

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Dan Moren:

The old, fourth-generation iPod touch: 16GB for $199 and 32GB for $249.

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Dan Moren:

iPod nano is 16GB for $149, with seven colors.

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Dan Moren:

iPod shuffle is still 2GB, at $49 with seven new colors.

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Dan Moren:

But they’re going to be included with the new iPod touch, the iPod nano, and the new iPhone 5. (Aw, no shuffle.)

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Dan Moren:

These are going to start shipping as a standalone accessory starting today.

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Dan Moren:

Shape of earpod is defined by geometry of ears, but don’t create a seal.

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Dan Moren:

They made 3D scans of hundreds of ears.

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Dan Moren:

(This may be good news, because boy do I hate the current iPod headphones.)

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Dan Moren:

Here’s a video on what it took to create a breakthrough like this.

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Dan Moren:

Look unlike any headphone you’ve ever heard before. The controls on the wire are bigger and easier to use, too.

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Dan Moren:

Spent three years in designing an entirely new headphone. EarPods.

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Dan Moren:

Doing a great headphone is hard, because ears are really really challenging. But you gotta make one size fit all.

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Dan Moren:

Over 1.2 billion little speakers.

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Dan Moren:

But we also include speakers in headphones. Shipped well over 600 million sets of headphones.

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Dan Moren:

Apple is one of the biggest providers of speakers in the entire world. Sound is so important to products, that they’re integrated in everything they sell. Macs, iOS devices, iPods.

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Dan Moren:

Turn attention to something else important to music, and that’s speakers.

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Dan Moren:

That’s the iPod lineup for the holiday.

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Dan Moren:

And they’ve updated the colors on the shuffle as well.

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Dan Moren:

(The front plate may always be white, though?)

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Dan Moren:

Each comes with its own color-coordinated loop.

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Dan Moren:

Silver black, blue, yellow, and red.

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Dan Moren:

And for the first time, it comes in colors.

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Dan Moren:

And it’s got Siri, too.

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Dan Moren:

Naturally, it’s running iOS 6, too.

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Jason:

This doesn’t feel quite like last year’s iPhone, which iPod touch has in the past.

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Dan Moren:

AirPlay Mirroring for the first time on the iPod touch.

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Dan Moren:

Improved wireless capabilities as well. Upgrade Bluetooth to 4.0 with low energy. 802.111 a/b/g/n and dual band N, with up to 150Mbps performance.

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Dan Moren:

Improved front camera to a FaceTime HD camera, 720p HD video, backside illumination, face detection, etc.

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Dan Moren:

HD video is better as well. 1080p HD video recording, image stabilization, and face detection.

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Dan Moren:

Included with new iPod touch.

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Dan Moren:

Added security for when you’re taking pictures or walking around town.

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Dan Moren:

But there’s more! May have noticed a little circle on the back of the iPod touch. A feature called iPod touch loop. Push it, it pops up and you can attach a wrist strap to your iPod touch.

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Dan Moren:

Improved front camera to a FaceTime HD camera, 720p HD video, backside illumination, face detection, etc.

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Dan Moren:

HD video is better as well. 1080p HD video recording, image stabilization, and face detection.

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Dan Moren:

Included with new iPod touch.

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Dan Moren:

Added security for when you’re taking pictures or walking around town.

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Dan Moren:

But there’s more! May have noticed a little circle on the back of the iPod touch. A feature called iPod touch loop. Push it, it pops up and you can attach a wrist strap to your iPod touch.

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Dan Moren:

And it has the panorama feature.

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Dan Moren:

Significantly improved autoexposure for darkness and better outdoor and indoor at low light.

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Dan Moren:

The camera. iPod touch customers like to shoot pictures and video. For the first time, they’re building in an iSight camera. 5 megapixels, and it’s the latest technology for sensors and lenses. Autofocus and LED flash for the first time. Just like the iPhone 5, it has a sapphire crystal lens cover.

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Dan Moren:

Sacrifice battery life? No. 40 hours of music playback on the touch. Up to 8 hours of video playback.

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Dan Moren:

(That’s the most surreal sentence I’ve ever typed during a liveblog.)

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Dan Moren:

Now they’re tickling a clumsy ninja.

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Dan Moren:

iPod touch can calculate all motions and reactions in real time.

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Dan Moren:

Character based on a real-time simulation of body, muscles, and central nervous system. Clumsy NInja is self-aware, aware of his environment, and fully interactive.

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Dan Moren:

Clumsy Ninja, a next-generation interactive toy running on iPod touch.

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Dan Moren:

Do things with the new iPod touch that you couldn’t do. Here’s a game developer to show off what you can do with the new hardware.

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Dan Moren:

A5 processor with dual-core, up to 2x CPU, and dual core graphics that boosts graphics by up to 7x over A4.

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Dan Moren:

A5 processor with dual-core, up to 2x CPU, and dual core graphics that boosts graphics by up to 7x over A4.

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Dan Moren:

Bigger display great for music, widescreen video, and great for gaming.

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Dan Moren:

Retina display, same 4-inch screen in the iPhone 5. Increase screen size without sacrificing any portability or one-handed operation.

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Dan Moren:

Made it out of anodized aluminum. On the bottom, headphone jack, speaker, and headphone connector.

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Dan Moren:

Only 6.1mm thin. Thinnest iPod touch ever, but almost as thin as iPod nano. It’s just 88 grams. Lightest iPod touch ever.

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Dan Moren:

All new, fifth generation iPod touch is here.

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Dan Moren:

Game Center connects you to over 150 million players.

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Dan Moren:

Most popular iPod Apple makes, and the world’s most popular music player—and world’s most popular game player. With access to over 175,000 game and entertainment apps.

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Dan Moren:

Next up, iPod touch.

11:20
Jason:

You won’t wear this as a watch!

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Dan Moren:

Longest battery life ever in a nano, with up to 30 hours of music playback.

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Jason:

Very much a back-to-basics Nano. Video’s back, bigger screen.

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Dan Moren:

The Lightning connector’s in there too.

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Dan Moren:

And added one of the biggest requests: Bluetooth. Stream music wirelessly to speakers, headphones, and even to car.

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Dan Moren:

Building fitness and pedometer right in. So you can track your runs and walks, and integrated with Nike+ right out of the box.

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Dan Moren:

And widescreen video too.

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Dan Moren:

Full album art and touch controls on the screen; integrated FM tuner has live pause. And photos look great on the screen.

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Dan Moren:

Comes in colors: white, black, purple, green, blue, yellow, and red/pink. Color matched wallpaper on each model with the outside color.

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Dan Moren:

There’s now a Home button.

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Dan Moren:

But that’s the biggest display, at 2.5″, and it’s multitouch.

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Dan Moren:

5.4mm thin. Almost 40% thinner than the one it replaces. Thinnest nano ever created. Really big, easy to use controls for volume, and play/pause without ever having to look at display.

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Dan Moren:

Seventh generation iPod nano is by far the best nano ever created. (Looks like a mini iOS device almost).

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Dan Moren:

Want to give it a really large display, really easy to use controls, thin and light and make it from lightweight high-quality materials, and the latest technologies like Lightning connector.

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Dan Moren:

Nano, from the very beginning, was about the best ultraportable music experience. When looked to create a new iPod nano, wanted to reinvent it to make it an even better music player.

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Dan Moren:

iPod and music are part of the DNA of the company, exciting changes to the lineup today.

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Dan Moren:

iPod’s changed the way we all listen to music, says Greg. iPod is most popular music player of all time. More than 350 million iPods.

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Dan Moren:

Nano, from the very beginning, was about the best ultraportable music experience. When looked to create a new iPod nano, wanted to reinvent it to make it an even better music player.

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Dan Moren:

Greg Joswiak is here to bring an update on the iPod.

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Dan Moren:

Recap: simplified user interface, play media from iCloud, new media player, up next, and the redesigned iTunes Store. Available in late October.

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Dan Moren:

That’s some of the new features of iTunes. Eddy’s back.

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Dan Moren:

There’s now Concert info in the store too, so you can see tour information and what concerts are near you.

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Dan Moren:

Previews keep playing in background while you’re browsing the store.

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Dan Moren:

Redesigned store on iTunes that looks like your store on the iPad. Quick to cycle through promos or albums.

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Dan Moren:

You can pick up watching a movie right where you left off on one of your other devices.

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Dan Moren:

iCloud’s built right in, so all purchases are right in your library. Switch to movies and you can see everything on your computer as well as what’s on iCloud.

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Dan Moren:

There’s built-in search in the mini-player, as well as Up Next, so you can queue up songs.

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Dan Moren:

Improved the new mini-player too. There’s an icon in the top right corner. Miniplayer is totally resdesigned; rollover for the controls.

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Dan Moren:

Artists can even share photos with you right in your library by clicking on Gallery.

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Dan Moren:

You can also browse your library by artist; click on them to just see those albums.

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Dan Moren:

Jeff Robbin up to talk about the new desktop iTunes.

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Dan Moren:

All stores will be available with iOS 6 on September 19.

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Dan Moren:

Beautiful new design on iPad. Everything is faster, with large showcases on top to show you things. TV shows, movies, App Store, and iBookstore. Also on iPhone 5.

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Dan Moren:

More than 66% of their downloads come from iTunes devices. So all stores have been redesigned for iOS.

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Dan Moren:

With that, now have 435 million accounts all with one-click purchasing. All of these customers can easily shop from anywhere from iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or iTunes on Mac and PC.

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Dan Moren:

Last year, iTunes Store was available in 23 countries. Today, the iTunes Store is now available in 63 countries around the world.

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Dan Moren:

“Let’s talk about iTunes. The iTunes Store is the number one music store in the world, and offers more than 26 million songs. All of you have purchased and downloaded over 20 billion songs.”

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Dan Moren:

iTunes is first. Here’s Eddy Cue.

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Dan Moren:

In addition to announcing iPhone 5, there’s something near and dear to Apple’s heart that Tim’s going to talk about today. And that’s music.

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Dan Moren:

iOS 6. Best job in the industry of helping to support our customer base with great upgrades, says Phil.

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Dan Moren:

Pre-orders start on September 14, and ships one week later in US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore.

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Dan Moren:

Same prices at the 4S. $199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB, along with 2-year carrier contract.

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Dan Moren:

Just two questions left “How much do I have to spend?”

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Dan Moren:

The video’s still going. We’ve had Jony Ive, Bob Mansfield, and Scott Forstall telling us just how awesome the iPhone 5 is.

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Here’s a video!

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Phil’s recapping all the innovations.

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Dan Moren:

iPhone 5 comes in all-black design with slate back, but there’s a white iPhone as well, glass is white, got a bright silver aluminum finish.

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Dan Moren:

Phil’s back.

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Dan Moren:

That’s iOS 6.

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Dan Moren:

Those are just a few of the new features in iOS 6. There’s much more: Facebook integration throughout the OS, great enhancements to Phone app like automated SMS or iMessage back when you can’t answer the phone, FaceTime works over cellular data network. Great enhancements for accessibility, including Single App Mode. Only 10 of the more than 200 new features in iOS 6.

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Dan Moren:

Facebook’s integrated too, so you can post right from Siri.

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Dan Moren:

Tap make reservation, and it’ll take you to Open Table.

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Dan Moren:

Can also make reservations too. “Find a sushi restaurant for 4 around 8pm.”

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Dan Moren:

Ask for a movie recommendation, and it will return films sorted by rating.

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Jason:

Scott’s fantasy football team is apparently named Multi-Touchdown.

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Dan Moren:

Siri’s learned about movies too.

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Dan Moren:

You can launch apps by talking to your phone.

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Dan Moren:

Sports scores and standings.

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Jason:

Ah, it’s football season now, so we have a football demo instead of a baseball demo.

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Dan Moren:

Siri’s been updated as well. Can answer sports questions.

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Dan Moren:

Comment on photos, and you can Like photos as well.

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Dan Moren:

Shared photo streams is next. Create a photo stream and when you add photos to it it shares them to your friends.

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Dan Moren:

Boarding pass automatically appears on the lockscreen when you’re nearby.

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Dan Moren:

(But what if you want to keep your stubs!?)

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Dan Moren:

Shred a ticket when you’re done with it.

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Dan Moren:

Passbook is next. This is the way to collect all your passes in one place: movie tickets, airline boarding pass, coupon, store card with a balance, ticket for a concert, a ticket for a baseball game.

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Dan Moren:

Also a lot easier to flag something. Tap a flag icon to flag, and you can access it via a Flagged mailbox.

10:45
Jason:

All of these interfaces look so much spacious on the new phone hardware. The list of messages in Mail seems impossibly long. :-)

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Dan Moren:

Next is Mail. Added a feature called VIPs, which lets you mark people as VIPs and all message from them in the inbox are collected in one place.

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Dan Moren:

Now in IOS 6, you can get back to anything you have open on any of your dvices on the go. iCloud Tabs shows you the four windows open back on your Mac.

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Dan Moren:

Safari now has a fullscreen mode, which looks even better on the iPhone 5.

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Dan Moren:

That’s turn-by-turn.

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Dan Moren:

Also built in free turn-by-turn directions.

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Dan Moren:

Info card includes info, reviews from Yelp, and photos.

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Dan Moren:

Here’s a demo of a few features. The map now has vector-based maps that are speedy, 100 million points of interest in a search engine.

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Designed from the beginning to take advantage of the Retina display. For the first time, showing iOS 6 running on the new iPhone 5. Here’s Scott Forstall to talk about it.

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Dan Moren:

One of the most important features of the iPhone is its software, and we have iOS 6.

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Dan Moren:

That’s the new Lightning connector.

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Dan Moren:

What about all those devices you have now that use 30-pin connector? Bunch of accessories. Here’s a 30-pin-to-Lightning adapter. Plug your 30-pin cable into it, and it into your iPhone 5. For example, in your car, you can plug your adapter in there.

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Dan Moren:

Working with accessory makers to help them integrate connectors. Great partners like Bose, JBL, Bowers and Wilkins, Bang and Olufsen and many more.

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Dan Moren:

The iPhone from its start has used the iPod 30-pin connector from 2003. Served us well for almost a decade, but so much has changed and so many of the things they used to do over the wire can now be done wirelessly.

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Dan Moren:

Tap and say you want to take a panorama, hold your phone vertical, and just sweep your scene. Software tells you what pace to move it at.

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Dan Moren:

Shared photo streams in iOS 6 let you share photos with friends. But new feature in iPhone 5 is Panorama.

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Dan Moren:

Macro photo. Showing us the veins in the wings of a bee.

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Dan Moren:

“These are from the camera, untouched. The ocean just looks bluer on the iPhone 5. Kids look happier. And the world is just a more beautiful place.”

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Dan Moren:

All adds up to simply using it and showing what kind of pictures you can get.

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Dan Moren:

New image signal processor built into A6 chip. Spatial noise reduction can remove noise, a smart filter looks at image before ISP does noise reduction and figures out which areas should be uniform color or texture, there’s better low-light performance, and faster photo capture. Now 40% faster.

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Dan Moren:

Optical system includes precision lens alignment. Measuring down to the micron level to get better aligned lenses. For the first time, cap off this system with a sapphire lens cover. Helps protect your lens and make your images clearer and sharper.

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Dan Moren:

Didn’t stop there. Enhanced it even further. Dynamic low-light mode; can sense low light and combine elements for 2 f-stops greater.

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Dan Moren:

The biggest challenge in a camera is vertical height. Ask them to make a better camera. 8 megapixel sensor, 3264×2448, backside illuminated, hybrid IR filter, five-element lens, and a fast f/2.4 aperture. 25% smaller.

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Next, the camera.

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Dan Moren:

They’ve not only matched but exceeded battery life of 4S. 8 hours of 3G talk time and browsing, and LTE browsing, 10 hours of Wi-Fi browsing, 10 hours of video, 40 hours of music, 225 hours of standby time.

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The next challenge is to match the battery life of the 4S in a thinner and lighter design.

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“Truly epitomizes what can be done in the palm of your hand with that A6 chip.”

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Dan Moren:

Phil’s back.

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Dan Moren:

Coming to the App Store later this year.

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Dan Moren:

Used Game Center to produce a feature of time-shifted multiplayer. Can challenge someone one day and race them the next day.

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Dan Moren:

Rear view mirrors in a racing game.

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Dan Moren:

Car and track reflect dynamically in sides of the car.

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Dan Moren:

Graphics built to full console quality. All of this running in a handheld device.

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Dan Moren:

He’s demoing Real Racing 3 on the iPhone 5.

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Dan Moren:

Developers are going to love what they can do with this chip. So, here’s Rob Murray from EA Studios to show what can be done with the A6.

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Dan Moren:

Faster app launching, saving images, load music app, viewing attachments in keynotes, ~2x performance across board.

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