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Remarks by Apple CEO Tim Cook at WWDC 2022

Good morning, and welcome to WWDC.

We have a big day of announcements about our latest technologies and platforms. These platforms, and the products they drive, deliver amazing experiences for our users and provide developers with incredible opportunities so they can use their superpowers to innovate, create, and collaborate, making apps that continue to change the world.

And WWDC is designed to give this community what they need to do their very best work. We love to support our developers beyond WWDC with comprehensive world-class support and other important initiatives. We just opened our brand-new Developers Center across from Apple Park where developers can engage with our engineers. And to reach our global community, this past fall, we introduced our first online Tech Talks for developers to learn more about our new technologies and directly connect with Apple engineers in live sessions and one-on-one office hours.

We are also committed to cultivating the next generation of developers, including efforts to reach underrepresented communities. So our developer academies teach students the fundamentals of coding as well as other necessary skills to find and create jobs in the app economy.

There are 17 around the world, including the academy in Detroit we founded in October, as a part of Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative. And in Saudi Arabia, we launched our first developer academy for women in February. Our Entrepreneur Camps provide developers from underrepresented communities with mentorship, inspiration, and insights from Apple. The first camps were for female founders, and this past year, we expanded the camps to reach Black and Latin founders. Alumni have gone on to secure major funding and see great success on the App Store.

These ongoing efforts empower all developers with the tools, technologies, and inspiration to change the world for the better.

Last year, many millions of developers engaged in WWDC, and we expect millions more to join us again this year. In fact, we’re excited to say we’ve grown our developer community to over 34 million Apple developers. We have a huge week ahead of us, with an amazing online experience, including sessions, labs, and digital lounges, which will all be available for free to our developers.

Today, we’re going to push our platforms further than ever for our developers and our users. So let’s get started by sending it over to Craig.


Thank you, Craig. And thanks to all of our presenters.

What an exciting day of announcements! We introduced the all-new, redesigned MacBook Air, with its super-thin enclosure, Liquid Retina display, MagSafe, beautiful new finishes, and supercharged by M2, our next generation of Apple Silicon. Along with a powerful new 13-inch MacBook Pro, also supercharged by M2. And we pushed our software platforms forward in some incredible new ways, introducing features and capabilities that will enable our developers to do amazing work and provide our users with exciting new experiences. Our OS releases will be available as developer betas today, and each of them will have a public beta next month. All of these OS releases will be available to our users this fall.

I’m confident that our incredible products and innovative platforms will inspire developers to do the very best work of their lives, enabling all of us to do even more amazing things. We hope you enjoyed today’s event, and we have a huge week ahead. We will be offering a comprehensive online experience, starting with a Platform State of the Union for those developers who want take a deeper dive into our announcements. And there will be more than 175 sessions, as well as one-on-one labs with Apple engineers and digital lounges. All of this is available for free to all our developers to help them get the most out of the conference.

Thank you for joining us, and let’s have a great WWDC!

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