Apple posts WWDC 2010 keynote video stream, iTunes download

WWDC 2010 keynote streaming video has posted streaming QuickTime video for Steve Jobs' WWDC 2010 keynote, where he introduced the new iPhone 4.

Update: a higher quality version is now available via iTunes download as well.

[, iTunes - thanks @bengillam for the tip!]

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HungWell says:

I'm gonna watch it just for Steve Jobs WiFi frustrations.

Duvi says:

been waiting for this since yesterday... I guess they were hesitant with those connection issues.

gogetter says:

The ITunes version is now available too. Downloading it now..

Bla1ze says:

Bahhh..they cut the Verizon yell, lol

Ben Gillam says:

Well, i was downloading it lol, itunes then bombed out and locked up windows! redownloading now.
Thanks for the mention :)

Duvi says:

Yeah, they took the AT&T network fail and Verizon part out. Haaa.

stuhFAN says:

Darn, I was hoping for the unedited version. I'll still check it out later though.

Andrew says:

Just so people are clear on this, the network failure was due to congestion of their WiFi networks, not AT&T.

OmariJames says:

thanks. After watching this I do in fact what an iPhone 4 and will do everything in my power to get my filthy hands on one lol. Those 8 main features didn't seem like much in text but watching the keynote convinced me. I guess I'm mainly attracted to the camera and the imovie app ( even though it comes separately ). Also the way the antenna is designed around the phone. Hopefully we'll get better reception and we can really see who's at fault when it comes to dropped calls.

Vincent says:

Funny thing is: AT&T signal strength was full, and so was the WiFi, according to the pictures of the Keynote before they deleted the scenes... So why then, didn't the iPhone choose the better connection??? Is it because there wasn't one, Cellular or WiFi? Again, the iPhone showed full strength on both fronts. Weird?

skaramanga says:

The iPhone will always choose wifi first if it is available. There was a good strength wifi signal but the strength of the signal wasn't the issue, it was all the interference caused by the hundreds of hotspots etc in the room.

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