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Apple Shares Full Video of Today's WWDC Keynote

Apple's WWDC keynote took place this morning at 10:00 a.m. Eastern, and nearly 12 hours later, the company has finally shared the full video recap of today's event on its Events website and on the Events app on the Apple TV.

With the full keynote now available, people who missed the original presentation can now catch up with all of the announcements and features that were shared today.


Apple usually updates the keynote to its own website shortly after the event, and then later in the week, shares the full video on YouTube.

For those who don't want to watch the entire video, we've shared a highlights version that covers all of the important features in just nine minutes, so make sure to check it out.

Our own event recap also includes all of our coverage today, which is a a great way to get an in-depth look at much of what Apple announced at WWDC.



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2 weeks ago
I wonder if they edited out Craig Federighi‘s reaction to the thousand dollar stand. He did a double take at the audience when they booed.
Rating: 15 Votes
2 weeks ago
It took them long enough, they usually post like 1-2 hours after.
Rating: 13 Votes
2 weeks ago
Here's the boo...

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Rating: 12 Votes
2 weeks ago

I wonder if they edited out Craig Federighi‘s reaction to the thousand dollar stand. He did a double take at the audience when they booed.


I highly doubt he took a double take on stage as it wasn’t Craig doing the presentation...
Rating: 11 Votes
2 weeks ago

It took them long enough, they usually post like 1-2 hours after.

I guess they had to dampen the audience groan after the monitor stand price announcement.
Rating: 11 Votes
2 weeks ago
This keynote will go over in history for when Apple sold a monitor without a stand to then charge people $1000 for it or pay a $200 fee for not buying it (VESA). This is not okay.
Rating: 11 Votes
2 weeks ago
Finally. I came here to post the link.

This was honestly one of the most feature packed keynotes in a long while that I had trouble keeping up with all the announcements. I’ve been looking forward to watching it again.
Rating: 10 Votes
2 weeks ago
IPadOS is a smart move....iPads were stuck in a revolving door of being secondary to the iPhone!
Apple sign in is much more fundamental than appears! Taking a stand on privacy sets Apple apart from other big corporations!
The Files app comes into its own at last...and sharing folders will also make a big difference to home and work flows.
One of the best WWDCs for a long time...now where's my iPad 2020. :p
I just wish this " fashion" for long run in times would revert to " and it will be available after the show!"
Rating: 8 Votes
2 weeks ago
Watching the presentation now, and Sign In With Apple is killer in of itself. These privacy updates are fantastic.
Rating: 8 Votes
2 weeks ago

This keynote will go over in history for when Apple sold a monitor without a stand to then charge people $1000 for it or pay a $200 fee for not buying it (VESA). This is not okay.


Two days ago: no monitor from apple and no stand. Life is ok.

Yesterday : expensive monitor and expensive monitor stand announced. Somehow this not ok, because...?

Today: no person alive needs this thing. Good fortune to those who can afford the hardware. Life is still ok.

Tomorrow: spend time with family, enjoy life while you can with those who you love.

Next day: no monitor from apple and no stand. Life is ok.
Rating: 8 Votes

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