Listen: Phil Schiller, Apple, WDC discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"So WW DC has been announced it is time, ladies and gentlemen, as per usual. I've thrown my hat in the ring for the lottery, John what did you do? Sam's. Here's all I'm glad it was the dates. We all thought it was going to be and I entered the lottery, your luck been going on a lottery system every year, except the last one Mosconi, I've been extraordinarily lucky, and I am very very thankful for it. Here's hoping that the WDC gods treat me well again this year. We'll see what happens. Yeah. I think I'm like whatever on lorries bring on like five for five or something I've gotten it every single time, and I would love that streak to continue. But. You know, like, I I think about this every year we into lottery not that. We're a super special people. But I asked myself are we not press, which is like a reference that neither one of you. Yeah. It seems like a thing that could possibly happen. Maybe we should just ask Phil. Can we get some press passes? Sure. I mean, it's still don't but getting is pretty easy. You just use my name and Pasco to the door. You'll get right in see how easy that was. We should have done years ago. What's the passcode, courage? So we'd like to introduce Apple's senior vice president of robot marketing, Phil Schiller. Thank you so much for being here. Phil sure thanks for letting me bargin on the on the podcast and talk about WW. See? All right. So so there's there's a lot going around going on around apple as usual, and we will get to the rest of it later. I promise Phil has been generous enough with this time to come here today to talk about WW, so that will be the focus of our conversation. And I got to say like WDC to me this is like the Super Bowl for apple fans. It's to me it's the biggest event of the year. Because like, it isn't usually very hardware, focus. It's really more about the software and hardware is exciting. Especially exciting in the moment. But software, ultimately matters more and WBZ is so fun to me because we get to see what the whole next year of software will bring to all of our devices and for developers.."