字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント [ Applause and Cheering ] [ Music ] >> Northern California's bay area. Here is the stage for a truly remarkable natural occurrence. Every year, a great migration is made by one of the world's most mysterious species. To reach this utopian destination, these unique mammals will instinctively embark on a nomadic journey from all corners of the world. This is the developer's [inaudible], or as it is more commonly known, the developer. [ Music ] Eleven and a half months of hibernation has taken its toll, and the sun is harsh as these nocturnal cave-dwelling creatures must greet daylight. For most, this momentous migration is their first; while for a select few the pilgrimage is a time-honored tradition. Originating in the remote garages of Silicon Valley, developers evolved at an unprecedented speed. To understand how, we must observe them here, in their sacred temple. And so, it begins. As developers congregate at the event, access to the herd can be hard to come by. For some, blending in is easier said than done. To distinguish themselves, developers identify each other through decorative tribal symbols. These extraordinary coolidges [phonetic] are designed to entice and attract. [ Music ] Here, a pack of rogue younglings at play. The safety of numbers allows them to-- oh, wait a moment. They have now entrapped an indigenous silver-crested king developer. Although tempting, one may look at but not touch the mane. The feeding frenzy at the great gathering. Moving in like a pack of famished piranhas, this frugal breed will spare no morsel. Those who can, pull rank on the prime cuts. The event culminates in what is known as the keynote. As the doors open, a behavior [inaudible] can be found. Developers running at full speed, battling to secure a coveted front-row seat. Following the ceremony, the latest beta software is unleashed, it's nature at its cruelest. Only the strongest apps will survive. The many languages of the developer are a mystery to modern science. Just look at these letters, symbols, formulas, and mumbled jargon. Only these enlightened shamans can decode their true meaning. The creative bonds formed during the great migration will enable these geniuses to unlock our future world. The developer is no doubt a species scientists will continue to study for [inaudible]. [ Music ] [ Applause and Cheering ] >> Good morning! Good morning. [ Applause and Cheering ] I hear the student developers. Good morning and welcome to WWDC 2018. It is great to be back in San Jose with everyone. We have developers here from all over the world this morning, from 77 countries. That's more than ever before. [ Applause ] And I couldn't be happier to announce that we now have over 20 million Apple developers around the world. [applause] That's more than ever before. We've got 6000 folks in the hall this morning. Welcome. And many millions more watching online. Now the way the developers get to share their amazing work is through the App Store. Your creativity and hard work have made the App Store the best place to get the very best apps. Next month, the App Store turns ten. [ Applause ] And in these ten years, the App Store has fundamentally changed the way we all live. It's enabled countless new companies, created tens of millions of jobs, spawned entirely new industries, and it has forever changed our lives. The App Store is the world's largest app marketplace [applause], and we now welcome over 500 million weekly visitors. This is mind-blowing. It's the most incredible app marketplace that the world has ever seen. We're also happy to announce that this week we're going to achieve another huge milestone. The money that developers have earned through the App Store will top $100 billion. [ Applause ] This is just, this is beyond remarkable. The App Store is clearly the best place for you to be rewarded for your hard work and creativity. Now at Apple, we know that developers are a powerful group of creators, that they can achieve and they can develop anything that they can imagine with their code. We want more people to learn the power of code, and it all starts with Swift and Swift Playgrounds. We created Swift to make it easy, to make it so easy to learn to code that it was as easy as our products are to use. Swift is extremely popular. In fact, it's the fastest growing programming language out there. Now Apple developers are already using it in huge numbers. In fact, over 350,000 apps have been written in Swift on the App Store. Now [applause] we believe that coding is an essential skill and believe it should be offered by every school in the world.