Apple WWDC 2009 Keynote Transcript

If you missed our WWDC 2009 keynote Livecast, don't worry, below is our full transcript of the keynote. We also included a gallery of photos taken during the keynote.Full transcript after the cut07:43 am – We are picking up our WWDC 09 badge08:18 am – Thanks for joining SlashGear for the Apple WWDC 2009 liveblog. The show kicks off at 10am PT08:18 am – For all the main rumors about what might be announced today, check out our summary post from earlier today: am – Crowds of press are stretching round the corner here in San Francisco, waiting to go in and register for this morning's event08:41 am – We've got our press badge08:42 am – Meanwhile, the banners for today's event are heavily promoting Mac OS X Snow Leopard and iPhone OS 3.008:46 am – We're here with PCMag's Sascha Segan, who doesn't seem too happy with his MacBook08:46 am – Plus Engadget's Josh, who has paid someone to hold his laptop08:52 am – Apple's stores have gone offline for "updating"08:59 am – We're still waiting to go into the auditorium for the keynote08:59 am – There's an hour to go before it's due to start09:15 am – We're still waiting outside, there's a big crowd of people and the mood is good09:22 am – Data and wifi networks here are getting overwhelmed – AT&T already failed for many people here09:30 am – 30 minutes to go09:31 am – They're about to open the doors09:34 am – Everyone is moving into the auditorium09:34 am – There are a LOT of people here, this may take a long time09:40 am – We're in!09:41 am – Music is LOUD and energetic – and it's getting the crowd worked up09:43 am – There's wifi in here, but who knows how long it will last09:44 am – We've brought along the MiFi "personal hotspot" just in case09:47 am – Apple has laid on some power connections, so we only have to worry about dying connections, not dying batteries09:49 am – power-strips are actually fixed to the back of the chairs in front09:49 am – Still plenty of people to fit in, and the place is filling up fast09:50 am – Ten minutes to go09:52 am – If you're looking for a last-minute catch-up on what might be announced today, check out our summary: am – Five minutes to go09:55 am – Steve Jobs is here!09:56 am – We are having a little bit of problem with our MiFi09:57 am – We're being asked to turn off phones and pagers09:58 am – "Welcome to WWDC 2009"09:58 am – Can't see any pagers around me, people must already have them on silent10:01 am – Lights are dimming10:01 am – The crowd is cheering10:02 am – they're playing an "I'm a PC" ad10:02 am – John Hodgman: "I want to be the first to wish you a week with some innovation. But not too much"10:03 am – "Hello, I'm a Mac – PC is trying to say "have a great conference""10:03 am – Phil Schiller coming on stage10:03 am – There are set to be 5,200 developers attending WWDC, from 54 countries10:04 am – Phil: "Can't you feel the love in this room?"10:04 am – Showing us a graphic of OS X user growth from 2002 to 0710:04 am – "Something incredible has happened over the last two years"10:04 am – Number of active users has tripled10:04 am – 75m users10:05 am – added since iPhone10:05 am – that is, 75m total10:07 am – Apple and customers are in love with the new MacBook design10:07 am – They're announcing a new version of the 15-inch MacBook Pro10:07 am – Unibody chassis, built-in battery10:07 am – up to 7hrs runtime – up from 5hrs10:08 am – Plus more environmentally friendly10:08 am – They can squeeze 1,000 recharge cycles out of the battery10:08 am – rather than 300 from the old battery tech10:08 am – It's "just as thin and just as light" as the old machine10:08 am – and it has the "nicest display we've ever put in a notebook"10:08 am – They've dropped the expresscard slot10:08 am – and replaced it with an SD Card slot!10:09 am – Something people have been asking for for a long time10:09 am – Apparently only "single digit" customers used expresscard slot10:09 am – SD is a standard now10:09 am – it's the fastest notebook Apple have ever made10:10 am – with up to a 3.06GHz dual core CPU and up to 8GB of DDR3 memory10:10 am – up to 500gb of traditional hard-drive10:10 am – or 256GB of SSD10:10 am – Starts at $1,69910:10 am – which is lower than the model it replaces10:10 am – by $300, in fact10:11 am – $1,699 gets you a 2.53GHz model with 4GB RAM, 250GB hard-drive, 9400M graphics and SD10:11 am – $1,999 steps up to the 2.6GHz model – same ram but 320GB hard-drive and dual 9400M and 9600M GT graphics10:11 am – $2,299 gets you 2.8GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB hard-drive and the dual graphics10:12 am – Also, 17-inch MBP gets an update10:12 am – 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard-drive10:12 am – plus the 9400M and 9600M GT graphics10:12 am – together with a price cut of $300 to $2,49910:12 am – They'll both ship today, 15 and 17 inch MBP10:12 am – New 13-inch MacBook too10:12 am – Built-in battery and new display10:13 am – 7hrs of battery life (40% more)10:13 am – Also gets the SD card slot10:13 am – You can also specify up to 8GB of RAM10:13 am – up to 500GB storage10:13 am – the backlit keyboard is standard10:14 am – plus there's a FireWire 800 port10:14 am – the 13-inch model is being absorbed into the MacBook Pro range10:14 am – and will cost $1,19910:14 am – Basic model gets a 2.25GHz processor, just 2GB of DDR3 ram, 9400m graphics, 160GB hard-drive10:14 am – oh, and the SD card slot10:15 am – that model costs $1,19910:15 am – Step up to $1,499 and you get 2.53GHz, 4GB of DDR3, 9400m graphics and the SD card slot10:15 am – Both models are available to buy today10:15 am – MacBook Air is next to get an upgrade10:16 am – Price cut by $300 to $1,499 for the 1.86Ghz model10:16 am – The SSD version goes down to $1,799 – a cut of $70010:17 am – The SSD Air has the 2.13GHz processor as standard, and 128GB of storage10:17 am – Going over how environmentally sound they are10:17 am – "World's greenest line of notebooks" apparently10:17 am – Now moving on to talk about OS X10:17 am – Talking about Snow Leopard10:18 am – Betrand Sorre taking the stage10:18 am – "Great hardware deserves great software"10:18 am – "What a sharp contrast with Vista our OS is"10:18 am – people are laughing at that10:19 am – "Leopard is the most successful software product Apple has ever had"10:19 am – "By far the best OS written for the majority of customers"10:19 am – He's talking about Windows 710:19 am – "even more complexity is present in Windows 7 – the same old tech as Vista, just another version"10:20 am – Talking about Windows DLLs, registry, disk defragmentation, and how "no user should have to do that"10:20 am – Now talking about Snow Leopard10:20 am – They're adding Exchange support to it10:20 am – The UI of Finder hasn't changed10:20 am – but it's now been rewritten in Cocoa10:20 am – icons draw faster10:21 am – trash empties quicker10:21 am – They're describing it as refining 90% of the OS10:21 am – cancellations happen faster10:21 am – icon previews are better10:21 am – animations are improved10:22 am – They've built Expose into the dock10:22 am – and the overall installation process has speeded up by 45%10:22 am – Plus, you'll get 6GB back from your hard-drive once you install Snow Leopard, as it compresses system files10:22 am – They're demonstrating opening JPEG images10:23 am – it's now twice as fast10:23 am – They've changed the PDF handling to better cope with text selection10:23 am – "We used a little bit of AI"10:23 am – Mail also gets a speed boost10:23 am – now talking about Safari10:24 am – Shipping Safari 4 for Leopard, Tiger and Windows today10:24 am – having been in beta for a few months10:24 am – Showing benchmarks of Safari's javascript10:24 am – They're saying it's 7.8x faster than IE810:25 am – Passes all 100 of the Acid 3 tests, the standard for today's browsers10:25 am – IE8 gets 21 out of 100, btw10:25 am – Safari gets new "crash resistance"10:26 am – mainly from a better way of handling plugins10:26 am – apparently the number one cause of Safari crashes is plugin failure, so they're spinning it off into a separate process10:26 am – if it fails, you'll get a "plugin not found" error message10:26 am – but safari lives on10:26 am – Talking about new Quicktime version, "Quicktime X"10:26 am – supports color sync and hardware acceleration, HTTP streaming10:27 am – Modern foundation10:27 am – Gets a slick new icon10:27 am – "Super efficient"10:27 am – the HTTP streaming works with any server10:27 am – and they've given the UI a makeover too10:27 am – Now going to demo it10:28 am – the controls and window fade away when you move the mouse away10:28 am – Craig Federighi coming on to discuss "features and little touches" of Snow Leopard10:28 am – Dock and FInder first10:29 am – New Stacks, which can now handle content10:29 am – you can go deeper through them, to other folders10:29 am – preview videos in the thumbnail10:29 am – scroll through pdfs in the thumbnail10:29 am – Craig's favorite feature is Dock Expose, apparently10:30 am – if you click and hold on any app icon in the dock, it exposes just those windows10:30 am – works really well10:31 am – You can drop an image directly into Expose from a mail message10:31 am – Now showing Safari 4's speed10:31 am – "it is the fastest browser on any platform"10:31 am – Demo of Google Maps, and it's really really fast10:32 am – Really quick flicking between Maps/Satellite view/etc10:32 am – Safari 4 also tracks the top sites you visit, gives a preview of your common webpages10:32 am – You can also get a cover flow style browse through your history10:33 am – Now showing QuickTime X again10:33 am – able to trim and share video direct from quicktime10:34 am – pull up a visual timeline, then can share the edited clip with friends10:34 am – simply have to grab the ends of the clip region, adjust, then export to something like mobileme10:34 am – useful for quick edits that you don't want to open up iMovie for10:34 am – Bertrand has come back on-stage10:35 am – Talking about how faster processes have enabled new features in software10:35 am – "The Power of Silicon"10:35 am – To take advantage of it, you need new software10:36 am – talking about three technologies10:36 am – first, 64-bit10:36 am – explaining how 32-bit is limited to 4GB of RAM10:36 am – whereas in 64-bit systems there's no RAM limit10:36 am – "All the major system apps run in 64-bit mode in Snow Leopard"10:37 am – Second, multi-core10:37 am – number of cores are increasing along with clock frequency10:37 am – They're talking about how to take advantage of that, and of threading10:37 am – "Grand Central Dispatch" is the new system10:38 am – built-in support for multicore, and it's across all of Snow Leopard10:38 am – new Language Extension, Multicore engine, system-wide APIs10:38 am – New Tools to test your app10:38 am – object-oriented framework10:38 am – Demonstrating Leopard Mail10:39 am – Under Snow Leopard it uses fewer threads when idle10:39 am – Improves responsiveness10:39 am – Now talking about graphics10:39 am – Want to move beyond OpenGL – so they've built OpenCL10:40 am – They want to use the power for "all kinds of things"10:40 am – OpenCL brings hardware abstraction, c-based language, automatic optimization and numerical accuracy10:40 am – it can be used for scientific computing10:40 am – plus it's an open standard10:40 am – Now talking about Exchange10:41 am – Describing Microsoft Office as "a de facto standard"10:41 am – So they've built Exchange support into Mail, iCal and Address Book10:42 am – enter your email address and p/w once, and it's linked in all three of the apps10:42 am – They're demonstrating the Exchange integration10:42 am – The Exchange setup is simple10:43 am – it autodiscovers the server based on your email address10:43 am – syncronizes straight away10:43 am – Also get Spotlight search for Exchange messages10:43 am – You get all the existing folders, to-do and notes you've been using in Exchange already10:44 am – invitations work as expected, in both iCal and Mail10:44 am – You can schedule a meeting by dragging a contact (or contacts) into iCal10:44 am – plus details like Room Availability work now10:45 am – Your personal data is merged with the Exchange data, though not permanently10:45 am – Exchange demo is over10:46 am – You'll need Exchange Server 2007 for it to work, but assuming you have that, support for exchange is free in Snow Leopard10:46 am – All Intel Macs will be able to run Snow Leopard10:47 am – Snow Leopard upgrade is priced at $2910:47 am – Family Pack upgrade costs $4910:47 am – (assuming you're using Leopard now)10:47 am – It'll be available in September10:48 am – though today they have a "near final" developers' preview10:48 am – Now moving onto the iPhone10:48 am – Scott Forstall coming on-stage10:48 am – Released the native SDK less than a year ago10:49 am – so that devs could create "truly native" applications10:49 am – There are now more than 50,000 apps in the App Store10:49 am – They've sold more than 40m iPhones and iPod touches, and the apps run on all of them10:50 am – Passed the 1bn downloads point10:50 am – back in April10:50 am – Scott is thanking customers and developerts10:50 am – Now showing an iPhone developer video10:50 am – sharing stories from the devs10:50 am – starts in Tokyo10:51 am – moves through devs, with them sharing their experiences of the SDK10:51 am – one dev says its been his "dream" to travel and make his own games10:51 am – and the iPhone let that happen10:52 am – others are talking about how great it is they can create something and add it to the App Store so easily10:52 am – "so pleased to finally get a game published"10:53 am – "I was at a baseball game and they showed a commercial for my app. I watched a bunch of fans pull out their phones and start downloading the game"10:54 am – "I have to stop and say "whoa this is a mobile device" because it feels like a desktop"10:54 am – Moving on to talking about push notifications and streaming video support in OS 3.010:55 am – Now having people from all around the world name their favorite app10:55 am – Video has ended10:55 am – Talking about OS 3.0 improvements10:56 am – over 100 new features10:56 am – including cut/past10:56 am – nothing new here from the iPhone OS 3.0 event10:57 am – developer APIs, undo support, etc10:57 am – landscape keyboard in email, messages and notes10:57 am – MMS support10:57 am – Again, nothing new yet10:58 am – though Scott has described it as "the big news here is MMS"10:58 am – 24 carriers will support iPhone MMS at launch10:58 am – sorry, 29 carriers10:59 am – AT&T will be ready for MMS at the end of the summer10:59 am – Yep, people, he said END OF THE SUMMER10:59 am – now talking about spotlight search across iPhone10:59 am – searching calendars, music, notes, email11:00 am – iTunes – you'll be able to rend and purchase movies from your iphone11:00 am – "great if you're getting ready to board a flight"11:00 am – plus of course tv shows, audio books and other on-the-go purchases11:00 am – parental controls added11:01 am – can limit apps by age, filter TV and movie content11:01 am – now talking about tethering11:01 am – "this allows you to share your connection with your computer"11:01 am – it works with Mac and Pc, over USB or Bluetooth11:01 am – "it is a seamless experience"11:02 am – no tethering software on your computer, once it's on11:02 am – requires carrier support, unsurprisingly11:02 am – tethering has 22 partners in 44 countries11:02 am – ominously no mention of AT&T11:03 am – no AT&T tethering at OS 3.0 launch11:03 am – Safari Mobile on iPhone gets support for HTTP streaming audio/video11:03 am – works through firewalls11:03 am – auto-adjusts for your connection speed11:03 am – javascript is 3x faster11:04 am – Safari can also autofill forms based on your contacts data11:04 am – plus there's password autofill11:04 am – HTML 5 support11:04 am – with support for video and audio tags11:04 am – Now talking about languages11:05 am – support more than 30 languages11:05 am – korean, thai, arabic, greek, hebrew, all get added in OS 3.011:05 am – New "Find my iPhone" feature11:06 am – "if you've ever lost or misplaced your phone, it can be traumatic"11:06 am – demo video has the cast of 30 Rock11:06 am – Liz Lemon has used her iPhone to take "intimate" photos... and lost the phone11:07 am – Find My iPhone is a MobileMe service11:07 am – you can log into MobileMe from any browser, and it will locate your iPhone on a map11:07 am – big applause for that11:08 am – sending a message to your iPhone makes it bleep, whether or not you left it in silent mode11:08 am – plus you can have an on-screen message show, with a number that you specify11:08 am – plus, in a worse-case scenario, you can remotely wipe it11:09 am – wipe apparently "cannot be undone or cancelled"11:09 am – though if you later find the iPhone, you can plug it into itunes and it'll restore from a backup11:09 am – talking abotu in-app purchases11:09 am – you'll be able to renew magazine subs and buy game packs within the game itself11:10 am – reconfirming that in-app purchase is only for paid apps11:10 am – free apps stay free11:10 am – and devs get the same 30/70 split in in-app sales as for the original app sale11:10 am – Discussing Peer-to-Peer support11:11 am – e.g it can find a nearby player of the same game, and connect you automatically11:11 am – Also discussing third-party hardware integration11:11 am – this is no different from the OS 3.0 launch, nothing new11:12 am – companion apps that talk to 3rd party hardware can connect via the dock connector or Bluetooth11:12 am – Now talking about Google Maps11:12 am – and integration of mapping into any application11:12 am – plus ability to create custom maps11:12 am – and turn-by-turn directions11:13 am – Moved onto push notifications11:13 am – recapping the three types: text alerts, numerical badges and sound alerts11:13 am – "it will be an incredible SDK"11:14 am – Now showing what some devs have been doing with OS 3.011:14 am – GameLoft's Mark Hickey coming up to demo11:14 am – Mark is showing Asphalt 511:14 am – it has a range of cars – Audi, BMW, Bugatti, etc11:15 am – 27 licensed cars (and 4 motorcycles) can be raced11:15 am – you can also access music on the iPhone while in the game11:16 am – Asphalt 5 seems to play fast11:16 am – "console quality"11:16 am – and gets new controls and graphics11:16 am – new lighting effects and high framerates11:17 am – demo continuing11:17 am – moving onto a medical app from Airstrip Technologies11:17 am – used to monitor patient data on a doctor's iPhone11:18 am – apparently "the medical community is flocking to iphone"11:18 am – it can use push alerts to flag up new lab results, emergencies, etc11:18 am – can stream EKG information over the iPhone's 3G connection11:18 am – in real-time11:19 am – it's very clever, but wasted on most people here11:20 am – "If I see a problem I can pause, scroll back, use pinch-zoom and enable touch-calibration to measure the distance of a cardiac event"11:20 am – Big applause for this medical app11:20 am – it's apparently getting FDA approval "shortly"11:21 am – Now it's ScrollMotion, an ebook company11:21 am – They have 1m books, 170 daily newspapers and 50 magazines, all supporting in-app purchase11:22 am – demo is one of the Twilight books – buying it directly from the iPhone11:22 am – not sure how Amazon are going to feel about this11:22 am – ScrollMotion's app is called Iceberg11:23 am – you can copy and paste text from a book11:23 am – Next up is TomTom11:23 am – Lots of "ooh" from the audience at that11:23 am – Pete Frans Pauwels, CTO & TomTom co-founder on stage11:24 am – He's saying they've developed real TomTom navigation on the iPhone11:24 am – showing a demo11:24 am – has POIs, favorites11:24 am – ability to browse maps11:25 am – night mode and 2D/3D mapping11:25 am – turn-by-turn directions11:25 am – Has portrait and landscape modes11:25 am – plus they've developed a car kit for it11:26 am – basically a sucker-cradle for the windshield11:26 am – with power connector11:26 am – works in both orientations11:26 am – "thanks to the accessory framework we can enhance your GPS data"11:26 am – has an integrated mic/speaker11:26 am – Available this summer11:27 am – though they haven't said a price11:27 am – ngmoco is next on-stage11:27 am – with their founder, Neil Young11:28 am – They have a game: Star Defense11:28 am – it's going to be a big game, too, if the loading times are anything to go by11:29 am – it's working, and is basically a version of tower defense11:29 am – can download new galaxies within the game11:30 am – the woman developer representing ngmoco is very, very enthusiastic11:30 am – Star Defense is available now, for $5.9911:30 am – some updates will be free, some – such as expansion packs – will cost11:30 am – PASCO come on stage now11:31 am – with their company which is apparently based on a science fair project11:31 am – basically it allows you to hook up sensors to the iPhone and record data or use it to trigger different things11:32 am – uses their own PASCO sensors11:32 am – demo is tracking air pressure as it comes out of a balloon11:32 am – plotting that pressure on a graph on the iPhone11:32 am – Scott Forstall is dressed as a scientist – white coat, huge goggles – and is gingerly holding the balloon11:33 am – Unfortunately the demo didn't work11:33 am – but the on-screen graph did11:33 am – Spark app is coming this fall11:33 am – aimed at kids11:34 am – Now Zipcar on stage11:34 am – they do short-term car rental11:34 am – in fact they're apparently the leading car borrowing service11:35 am – their app can locate you and show you the nearest zipcar locations11:36 am – you can tap on the individual pins on the map, to call up the name of the location and a list of the cars they have there11:36 am – plus you can reserve a car directly from the zipcar app11:37 am – you can also see details about the indiividual cars, such as how many people will fit in it, how many bags, etc.11:37 am – you can identify the car you've rented direct from the iPhone – it shows a car unlock remote11:37 am – tapping the horn button sounds the car's horn11:37 am – tapping the unlock button actually unlocks the car11:38 am – Finally, there's Line 6 and their app Planet Waves11:38 am – sorry, Line 6 a guitar amp company, and Planet Waves with their app ChordMaster11:38 am – you can control your guitar and amp from your iPhone11:39 am – they're calling it a MIDI Mobilizer – you can control all of the effects from the iPhone display11:39 am – unfortunately their demo isn't working very well either11:40 am – the sounds aren't matching up to the amps they're supposed to be modelling11:40 am – all of the classic controls are replicated on the iPhone's display11:40 am – you can tweak gain, treble, presence, etc11:41 am – they're saying the problem is in the communication between the iPhone and the guitar11:41 am – it should be able to change the tuning virtually, move virtual pick-ups, etc11:42 am – They've left the stage11:42 am – that should be the last demo11:42 am – iPhone OS 3.0 will be free for iPhone owners – both original and 3G11:43 am – $9.95 for ipod touch owners11:43 am – and it's coming June 17th worldwide11:43 am – "We think you'll love 3.0"11:43 am – developers, though, get the GM seed today11:44 am – they need to assign a parental control to their apps11:44 am – then download iphone os 3.0 and test11:44 am – Phil Schiller is back on-stage11:44 am – he's saying iphone 3G was a hit, changed phones forever11:45 am – changed how poeple thought about phones11:45 am – "it wasn't that long ago that we were frustrated with these crappy devices"11:45 am – showing the Time mag quote about "the phone that has changed phones forever"11:46 am – 2/3 of all mobile browsing is done on an iPhone or iPod touch11:46 am – talking about available apps – Palm has just 1811:46 am – Android has almost 5k11:47 am – He's announced the iPhone 3GS!11:47 am – The * stands for Speed11:47 am – "this is the most powerful, fastest iPhone ever made"11:47 am – same design as the 3G11:47 am – 2.4x faster at games11:48 am – messaging is 2.1x faster11:48 am – excel 3.6x faster11:48 am – nytimes loads are 2.9x faster11:48 am – 3x faster javascript11:49 am – compared to iphone 3g, javascript scores in SunSpider at 15s for the 3GS, 43s for the 3G11:49 am – supports 7.2Mbps HSDPA11:49 am – gets a new camera11:49 am – 3-megapixels with autofocus11:49 am – overall it's roughly 2x faster than the iPhone 3G11:50 am – demonstrating a photo taken with the iPhone 3GS' 3MP camera11:50 am – you tap to focus anywhere on the preview screen11:50 am – auto-focus11:51 am – "amazing hardware and software which works together"11:51 am – low-light sensitivity is improved11:51 am – macro mode11:51 am – plus it captures video11:51 am – macros can be 10cm away11:51 am – records VGA quality video at 30fps11:52 am – with autofocus and auto white balance, plus audio of course11:52 am – video or stills are selected by a simple flick switch11:52 am – theyre showing a video demo11:52 am – videos are stored with the photos in the existing Picture app on the iPhone11:53 am – you can scrub through the video with your finger, plus edit directly on the iPhone 3GS11:53 am – then send via email or – if carrier supports it – MMS11:53 am – there's also a new API for it, which means devs can built video capture into their own apps11:54 am – Moving onto voice control11:54 am – "wouldn't it be great to dial friends and family from the sound of your voice?"11:54 am – hold down the home button and the voice control menu pops up11:55 am – commands are shown scrolling on-screen as you say them11:55 am – can make calls by voice, but also control iTunes11:55 am – e.g. "Play songs by the killers"11:55 am – plus have voice control over playlists11:55 am – Can ask the iPhone to tell you what's currently playing11:55 am – and say "play more songs like this" to create a new playlist11:56 am – iPhone 3GS also gets a digital compass11:56 am – shows orientation, logitude and latitude11:56 am – can link to google maps, and it'll get the direction you're facing right11:57 am – Also talking about new Accessibility features, like VoiceOver – it reads out whatever you touch on-screen11:57 am – iPhone 3GS also has integrated Nike+ support11:57 am – other accessibility feaures inclde inverting screen colors11:58 am – Plus – as asked for by businesses, apparently – hardware encryption on all new iPhone 3GS handsets11:58 am – They've also improved battery life11:58 am – up to 5hrs 3g talktime, 9hrs of internet over WiFi11:59 am – 10hrs of video playback, 30hrs audio11:59 am – 12hrs 2g talktime11:59 am – greener too, 23% smaller packaging12:00 pm – The iPhone 3GS is $19912:00 pm – for the 16GB version12:00 pm – and $299 for the 32GB model12:00 pm – they're the AT&T prices for the US market12:00 pm – it comes in white and black12:00 pm – iPhone 3G stays on the market for $9912:01 pm – starting from today12:01 pm – iPhone 3GS is available in a week and a half12:01 pm – the iPhone 3G for $99 is the 8GB model, btw12:02 pm – iPhone 3GS available on June 19th12:02 pm – it'll be available in over 80 countries12:02 pm – by August12:03 pm – to confirm, iPhone 3GS 16GB is $199, iPhone 3GS 32GB is $29912:03 pm – the US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and UK get the iPhone 3GS on June 19th12:03 pm – Now showing the new advert12:04 pm – a lens is looking at the 3GS and saying "I think it's the same"12:04 pm – someone picks it up and plays with it, and it's super-fast of course12:04 pm – Schiller now recapping everything from today12:04 pm – Snow Leopard, iPhone 3GS, etc12:05 pm – New MacBook Pro range12:05 pm – And of course the WWDC keeps going for developers12:05 pm – Lights are coming up – no sign of a "one more thing"12:05 pm – No, that's it, show is over12:07 pm – Thanks for joining us today – we hope you enjoyed the liveblog12:07 pm – we'll have all the news up on SlashGear, plus hands-on with the new products, later on today