Apple had a pretty big day at yesterday’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, revealing a bunch of new or updated products and technologies that have set the stage for other important hardware announcements this fall.

If you didn’t have the time to sit through the entire keynote talk and are wondering about the big takeaways, our video editor Andrew O’Hara has put together a short five-minute video highlighting the top six announcements Apple made during the WWDC 2017 keynote.

Andrew’s main topics of interest include:

  • tvOS 11 with Amazon’s Prime video-streaming app coming to Apple TV
  • watchOS 11 with all the major improvements for workouts, notifications and more
  • macOS High Sierra and core technologies aimed at AR/VR content creation
  • iOS 11 with all of the improvements for your iPhone and iPad
  • iPad Pro and iMac Pro changes and enhancements
  • HomePod, Apple’s high-end Siri-enabled speaker with hi-fi sound

And here’s the video:

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What’s your favorite WWDC 2017 announcement so far?

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  • BlackPantherK

    I think you mean WatchOS 4 not 11..

    • Victor L

      Took the words right out of my mouth. LOL

  • Oscar

    watchOS 11 FTW!

  • Josh Bassan

    no iPhone announcement ??

    • The last iPhone still is less than a year old so it’s not really time for a new announcement yet.

      Not to mention that the WWDC conference isn’t really the place for that kind of a thing. It’s the developer conference so it’s primarily geared towards software related things (iOS, MacOS, WatchOS, TVOS, etc).

      Since a lot of non-developers watch it though they will sometimes announce a major new product there, (like the Apple Watch or the new Home Pod) but other than that, typically the only hardware that’s mentioned there is Mac related since that’s the primary development tool of a developer.

      If you’re interested in iPhone’s upcoming hardware I’d recommend watching the dedicated iPhone unveiling event (usually around September). WWDC is already too crammed with things as-is so it’s a good thing they give the iPhone it’s own event to properly show it off anyways.