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Watch a supercut of the biggest announcements from Apple WWDC 2017

We compressed Apple’s two-hour event into just the stuff you need to know.

Keynote Address Opens Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Apple took more than two hours at its WWDC developer’s conference today to announce everything, including a new home speaker device called the HomePod; person-to-person payments using Apple Pay; AR developer functionality for the iPhone and iPad; the addition of Amazon Prime video to Apple TV; the launch of iOS 11 and a Mac OS upgrade called High Sierra; plus updated iMacs, iPads, Apple Watches and more.

We’re tired just writing it all out. So rather than spend two hours catching up, here’s a supercut of the event that clocks in at just a little over six minutes. Sit back and enjoy.

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