Searchable Transcripts Now Available for WWDC 2018 Sessions

Apple today announced that transcripts are now available for all of the WWDC 2018 videos, which can be found both in the WWDC app and on Apple's developer website.

Transcripts are searchable and downloadable, so you can quickly locate specific content within each video.


Take advantage of transcripts to quickly discover and share information presented in WWDC18 videos. You can search by keyword, see all instances where the keyword is mentioned in the video, go straight to the time it was mentioned, and even share a link to that specific time.

Apple shares dozens of WWDC sessions led by Apple engineers on its website after each Worldwide Developers Conference. The 2018 content has been available since June, but not all videos featured transcripts.

There are a wide range of topics available, covering iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS, with all content free for both registered developers and non-developers.


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1 week ago

Can you believe I haven't watched the keynote yet. Saw the six minute version and had no desire to watch the full version. Did I miss anything?


lol not likely ... I watch the WWDC to see if Apple could make the hairs on my back/neck stand again like what Jobs did in 2007 with the OG iPhone. Not sure why I keep thinking that only to be dismayed. lol. Also I watch to see who's in the front row cheerleading the presenters on stage. I'm not just looking at the staff but also early Apple developers that reach significant download amounts like Smule creator whom always seems to have a VERY smug look on his face on earlier WWDC's; maybe just my perception.

so no you didn't miss anything at all.

I do love that AppleTV showcases the lecture videos of iOS/WatchOS/TVOS/MacOS changes.

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Oh ... I just noticed this video https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2018/415/
the speaker is walking across stage (classic apple presenter style) and stops at the red dots taped to the floor. interesting that even the presentations are "guided" as per a guideline hehehe.
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