What you need to know
- Apple SVP Craig Federighi has been talking to YouTubers about all things WWDC.
- Federighi also discussed Apple Park and other subjects during the calls.
Update, June 10 (9:00 pm ET): We've added interviews with Elly Awesome and Andrés Neshudo.
Apple's SVP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi has appeared in more than a handful of YouTube videos today, talking about all things WWDC and a few things not.
There are a to of videos and it seems Hair Force One spent a good few hours getting through the interviews. It doesn't seem to have affected him though – he's as jovial as you'd expect from minute one to the very end.
Check them all out!
Update, June 10 (6:00 pm ET) — We've added interviews with Elly Awesome and Andrés Neshudo.
While we caught almost all of the interviews with Craig Federighi, there were two creators that we've also found that got a chance to sit down for a few minutes with Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering. Below, you'll be able to watch interviews from both Elly Awesome and Andrés Neshudo!
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