"iPad has always supported forms of multitasking. ... But for iOS 9, we're taking it to a while new place."
Multitasking is here, and it's very real.
"Provided shortcuts for app swtiching, as well as searching in spotlight. so that's QuickType."
"If you want to hook a physical keyboard to your ipad, made that easier than ever."
"What makes a multitouch keyboard so special is it can be anything you want."
For editing, this is what I've wanted for...years
KEYBOARD BECOMES TRACKPAD. This is huge.
Wow. Sounds like iPad being heavily emphasized. iPad needs distinction boost.
"Starts with something simple, how you work with text"
in iOS 9, elevating to another level.
"Next let's turn to iPad. iPad is a transformation device. For users at business, education and at home, for many, iPad is primary computer."
iPad: hope we finally get split-screen
"News isn't just for the media titans. Great content comes from other sources. Blogs, etc. Rolling out first in US, UK and Australia."
Emphasis on private...info not shared...now, that's something interesting about News app.
Conde Nast, other partners
"Unlike just about any other news aggregation service we're aware of on the planet, News is designed from the ground up focused on your privacy."
Federighi is back up now.
"We think there's never been a more beautiful mobile reading experieince. ... we can't wait to get it in your hands."
"We've taken photo galleries to the next level with something we call Photo Mosaics. As you'd expect, I just tap to zoom in on the photos."
"Let's say today I want to read Wired. Can tell I'm in the Wired channel because you see Wired logo at top."
"I'm going to go ahead and add Swift to my favorites. Favorites is where I can see everything I'm following."
(This app looks very nice, and many first-time iOS device owners may not already have a go-to news app. Very clean. But did we need this?)
"I can tap on search and type. I type Swift. Get everything from Taylor Swift to what I was looking for, Apple's new programming language."
"News keeps track of more than a million topics."
"Explore based on what I read can show me new things to read."
"Rich infographics can be part of it. News is smart so the more I read, the better it gets at showing me stories I'm interested in."
I was just having a coughing fit and an Apple exec gave me a coughdrop. haha. So nice!
Can bookmark stories to read later.