It's possible to do selection refinement in seconds using Pencil and the new iPad Pro. And, Affinity Photo for iPad is available in the App Store today.
Craig comes back to talk about iOS 11 for iPad Pro.
iOS gets a dock for iOS multitasking.
And the bottom right is predictive apps
New app switcher with app pairings.
And, we're so excited to bring drag and drop to iPad. Multi-select, multi-drag, and the keyboard now lets you flick to access punctuation, all without switching planes. It's super fast and super easy.
Files is the new app. It's like a Finder for iOS. As Craig ticks off all the features, it feels like he's naming everything that Finder on Mac supports. It also supports, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and more.
Spaces in Split View are preserved in app switcher. And you can drag between split views and drag across spaces.
Files has a list view, icon view... it's Finder.
And it's synced across all devices.
Tap and hold on Files in the dock in iOS 11 gives you access to recent files.
Now there's markup features. You can create a PDF, and if you take a screenshot it goes instantly into MarkUp mode, and you can mark it up and share it.
Handwritten text is now searchable, through handwriting recognition.
Markup is in Notes, in Mail, so you can do inline drawing in Mail as well.
Toby Patterson is up to demonstrate Notes and Pencil. Tap on the lockscreen with pencil and it slides up to reveal notes. Just by putting the pencil down and writing, Patterson edits the title of the note.
We're indexing the text in Spotlight, so that it's possible to search notes as well.
He's editing a note that was shared with his daughter, and using the pencil he inserts more space, and draws "really badly" right in the note. "I think you're going to have a lot of fun re-learning the fun of drawing."
Notes is now a document scanner with perspective handling just like Evernote's Scannable. Except you can sign NDA's with Apple Pencil.
Public beta available at end of month, free upgrade in the fall.
Now we're watching a video about iOS 11 and iPad Pro.
"One last thing to talk to you about" - chuckles in the audience as everyone can't help remembering Steve Jobs' "One more thing"
Tim Cook is now talking about Music. There are 40M songs in your pocket via Apple Music. Adding AirPods adds an absolutely magical experience. But what about our homes?
"We think we can do a lot to make this experience much better, just like we did with portable music, we want to reinvent home music."
Phil comes up to talk about it.