Watch Apple’s 3-hour WWDC 2015 Keynote in under 15 minutes

The keynote address at WWDC 2015 stretched over 2 hours and recapped the latest improvements and innovations that Apple will roll out to its operating systems in the coming months. OS X El Capitan made it’s debut along with iOS 9 and Watch OS 2. Seamless integration between the platforms is of course baked into all three. El Capitan features improves spotlight search, Safari enhancements, and multitasking features.

iOS 9 will feature an improved Siri personal assistant that promises to provide intelligence without sacrificing security. Transit times for a handful of major cities will also be added to Maps, Apple Pay is expanding, a new News app is on the way, and Notes will see upgrades. Multitasking on the iPad now offers both side by side app use and picture in picture video.

Watch OS 2 will feature new watch faces, the ability to customize the watch face with Complications, and a Time Travel function that will preview your day with a turn of the scroll wheel. The second-generation OS will also open up many of the hardware functions of the Apple watch to developers of third-party apps.

Saving the best for last, in typical Apple fashion, Tim Cook announced Apple Music. It’s a subscription service featuring curated playlists and old fashioned radio stations.

If you don’t have the time to watch a replay of the whole thing, we’ve got you covered. Digital Trends sat through the keynote, took notes, and edited it down into what you’ll need to know.

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