Apple Shares Full Video of Today's WWDC Keynote Presentation [Update: YouTube and iTunes Versions Available]

As Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference keynote has wrapped up, the company this afternoon posted a full video of the event on its website, letting anyone who happened to miss the event catch up in their own time. Apple is expected to upload the full-length video to iTunes and YouTube later in the day.

As usual, Apple shared a few feature-specific videos within the keynote, focusing on app updates to Messages within iOS 10 and new apps like Swift Playgrounds, which we've listed below.


- iOS 10 - Hey Hi Hello
- New Beginnings

In addition to the videos posted online, you can catch up with all of the WWDC 2016 coverage by checking out our list of keynote highlights below, which encompass all of MacRumors' event coverage shared today. Included are detailed articles on the expansive new features of iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and macOS, along with a few more focused tidbit pieces on the robust abilities of apps like Messages and Apple Music as well as new Siri features for macOS.

- Live Coverage of Apple's WWDC 2016 Keynote: iOS 10, macOS 10.12, and More
- Apple Debuts New tvOS Features Including 'Single Sign-On', Enhanced Siri and More
- Apple Announces watchOS 3 With Dock, Control Center, New Watch Faces and Apps, And More-
- Apple Unveils macOS 'Sierra' With New Continuity Features, App Window Tabs, Apple Watch Login, Siri, and More
- Apple Announces iOS 10 With Overhauled Messages App, Rich Notifications, and More
- Apple Watch Gains 'SOS' Emergency Call Feature With WatchOS 3
- Apple Announces 'Breathe' Mindfulness App for Apple Watch
- Apple Announces New Remote App for tvOS and Apple TV
- Apple Pay Coming to the Web With Touch ID Payment Confirmations Via iPhone
- Apple Announces Siri for macOS Sierra With Web and File Searches
- Apple Opens Siri to Third-Party Developers With iOS 10
- Apple Music Revamp in iOS 10 Introduces Colorful Design and Simpler Interface
- Apple Announces Enhanced 'QuickType' Keyboard Functions in iOS 10
- Apple Announces New HomeKit-Enabled 'Home' App in iOS 10
- Apple News Gets Redesign With Simpler Interface, Subscriptions and More
- Apple Reveals 'Swift Playgrounds' Educational Coding App for iPad
- Apple Unveils Multiple New 'Messages' App Features Coming in iOS 10
- Many Preinstalled iOS Apps Such as 'Stocks' Now Deletable in iOS 10
- List of iOS 10 Compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch Models
- Sling TV Launches App for Apple TV Following WWDC Announcement
- iOS 10 Tidbits: Individual Read Receipts, Wake Alarm, Music Storage Optimization, and More
- 2016 Apple Design Award Winners Announced: Lara Croft Go, djay Pro, Ulysses Mobile and More
- List of Macs Compatible With macOS Sierra
- Watch Apple's Two-Hour 2016 WWDC Keynote in 7 Minutes
- macOS Sierra Tidbits: Apple File System, RAID Support, and More

Update 6/15/16: Apple has now uploaded the full WWDC keynote to both iTunes (HD and 1080p) and YouTube.

Related Forums: iOS 10, macOS Sierra

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Top Rated Comments

kennyisalive Avatar
106 months ago
Worst WWDC in years.

Phil Schiller needs a new fire up his ass to start innovating again.

Text effects and emojis, you must be ****ing kidding...

And the state of affairs with the Mac Pro is going from Pathetic to Utterly Hopeless.
Score: 33 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tomnavratil Avatar
106 months ago
Spoiler alert: For anyone who has not seen this - please don't watch it, it sucks. A lot. I mean, more than ever.
Score: 32 Votes (Like | Disagree)
pgwalsh Avatar
106 months ago
Apples has lost its way. A keynote which talks about Emoji's, you've got to be kidding me.
Score: 27 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Diversion Avatar
106 months ago
No new hardware? Apple has lost their minds.
Score: 24 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macrumorsuser10 Avatar
106 months ago
Where is the new Macbook Pro?

Where is the 5K Thunderbolt Display?

Where is the new Mac Pro?

Does anyone care about a new Mickey Mouse UI for the iWatch?
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djcraze Avatar
106 months ago
Spoiler alert: For anyone who has not seen this - please don't watch it, it sucks. A lot. I mean, more than ever.
I like a lot of the new features announced.


* SOS on AppleWatch
* I'm glad they brought back locations to Photos
* The more intelligent moments in Photos is also really cool, plus the ability to automatically create a video (ala iMovie Trailers)
* It's great to finally be able to have Skype deeply integrated into the OS
* Text transcriptions of voicemail
* The ability to have apps integrate with the caller ID and see what might be spam, and not, etc
* I actually think the messages additions are really nice and fun. I'll definitely be using them with my family. (I'm 26, not 12)
* The ability to store files off in the cloud to save on storage space is awesome! To have that deeply integrated with the OS is amazing to say the least.


I mean the list goes on. I was really, really pleased with the announcements made. But it seems that I'm in the minority.
Score: 18 Votes (Like | Disagree)