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Apple's iPhone 6, Apple Watch event now available on YouTube!

While the livestream more or less was a horror show (and overdubbed in Chinese) for many of us, YouTube is forever. Or close enough.

And Tuesday's iPhone 6 and Apple Watch event is now available there, which means a couple things. For one, it's perhaps yet another example of a more open Apple. For another: You could fire it over to your TV on, say, Chromecast, in addition to the Apple.com repeat.

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iPhone 6 and Apple Watch keynote now available on iTunes

Want to relive all the moments from yesterday's event? Apple already posted the keynote on its website, but if you'd rather download the event, you can now do so from iTunes and watch it at your convenience.

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Replay the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple Watch keynote

We've told you about everything Apple had to share at today's iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch event, but some things are definitely worth seeing for yourself — twice, even. Relive all the events from the Flint Center on your iOS or Mac device and get happy all over again.

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What did you think of the iPhone 6 event?

What did you think to the iPhone 6 event?

So, it came, it saw, it conquered and then it conquered again. The iPhone 6 event was one of Apple's most impressive on the device front in a while packing in two new phones and a first entry into the smartwatch space with the Apple Watch. We're just about beginning to catch our breath, so it's time to step back, take stock, and see what everyone thought of the actual event?

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iPhone 6 and Apple Watch event: What we didn't get

Apple has just wrapped up their 2014 iPhone event and as expected, we got our first look at the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the long rumored Apple Watch. It was arguably one of the most product and feature packed keynotes Apple has given in a long time. However, there were a few things that some of us were speculating about that didn't actually make it on stage...

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U2's brand new album, 'Songs of Innocence' is free on iTunes

U2 had been rumored to be making an appearance at the iPhone event out in Cupertino today and they didn't disappoint. Not only did Bono and co show up and play their latest single for the gathered masses but they also had a gift for the "half a billion iTunes users" in the world. Their new album for free.

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Apple Watch pricing starts at $349, available in early 2015

If you're interested in purchasing an Apple Watch when it's made available, it'll cost you at least $349. With three different editions, Apple Watch pricing will be dictated by which version of the watch you want to buy. Apple hasn't announced anything further than starting prices but if we had to guess, the $349 price point will most likely be for the Sport Edition with a cheaper quality band. At least one model will be available to purchase in early 2015.

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Siri comes built in to the Apple Watch

The Apple Watch will come with built-in Siri integration so you no longer have to pull out your iPhone in order to make a query.

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Apple officially announces the Apple Watch

Apple has officially announced the long rumored iWatch which will officially be called the Apple Watch. Accurate within 50 milliseconds and made of a sapphire crystal display, the Apple Watch is a comprehensive health and fitness device as well. Apple is calling it one of the most precise and remarkable innovations they've ever made.

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iOS 8 release date set as September 17

We learned at today's iPhone 6 event that iOS 8 will be a free update available on September 17 for the iPhone 4s, and everything launched since then. If you're curious to hear what's new, dig into our massive series on iOS 8: Explained.

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