Video of WWDC 2011 Keynote Now Available


Just an hour after the end of the keynote at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple has already posted a video of the event.

Apple did not broadcast the event live, so the video as an opportunity for viewers to see for the first time Apple's presentations that saw the introduction of OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud.

Other keynote announcement highlights:

- iTunes Match: $24.99/Year, Matches Ripped Tunes, Offers Them In The Cloud
- PC Free: No Computer Needed for iOS 5 Devices
- Apple Details MobileMe-to-iCloud Transition
- Apple Rolls Out First iCloud Features: Automatic Downloads, Purchased Content Listings
- iMessage Brings Texting to iPod Touch and iPad Users

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123 months ago

Goodie, we can now see the ruination of the ecosystem as well as reading about it. Making 10.7 download only :mad::mad::mad:

This ruins the ecosystem how? No boxes to manufacture, no discs no put in said boxes, no need for any sort of physical shipping - thus saving fuel, resources, and time.
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123 months ago
Some of us saw it via leaked webcasts.

I got to say the macrumors log was lamentable, the worst of the lot, too much opinion and whining.
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123 months ago

Goodie, we can now see the ruination of the ecosystem as well as reading about it. Making 10.7 download only :mad::mad::mad:


Your condescending attitude and superiority complex are cancers in our society. Bring something to the discussion instead of relying on your tired shtick for attention.
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123 months ago

Crap... Jobs looks even thinner, if that's possible.

I found it gut wrenchingly sad to watch, I genuinely did. My heart goes out to the man, he loves the company that much to come out and show face when he's clearly struggling. He doesn't know how to take a break, Apple (after his family of course) is his life.
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123 months ago
Seriously misleading live stream

Sheesh,

Just started watching the event (and, yeah, the link goes to March) and was very thankful to see that Steve wasn't dying onstage! From the live stream you would have thought that he was unable to string coherent thoughts together. That was very distressing and a very poor documentation of what actually occurred. Come on, be better than that!
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123 months ago
Crap... Jobs looks even thinner, if that's possible.
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