WWDC 2012 keynote now available online

WWDC 2012 keynote now available online

If you missed any of our WWDC 2012 coverage or if you just want to see the keynote for yourself, Apple has posted the announcement up on their events page.

If the keynote isn't showing up for you make sure you're using either Safari or attempting to view it on either your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch as it doesn't seem to work in other browsers.

You can stream it view the link below.

Update: Apple has now made the WWDC 2012 Keynote available for download in luscious HD form via iTunes.

Str: Apple Events Page

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WWDC 2012 keynote now available online

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Excellent website. A lot of helpful info here. I am sending it to a few pals ans also sharing in delicious. And certainly, thanks on your sweat!

"If the keynote isn't showing up for you make sure you're using either Safari or attempting to view it on either your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch as it doesn't seem to work in other browsers. "
Seriously? Alienating non-Apple users much? O_o

You already know therefore significantly when it comes to this matter, made me personally consider it from so many varied angles. Its like men and women aren't involved until it's one thing to do with Lady gaga! Your own stuffs outstanding. All the time handle it up!

Did anybody notice a taller iPhone during the Eyes Free presentation (approx 1:19:15)? It's obviously a stretched out 4S, but why would Apple do this?... Maybe to cover up something in the real picture.

From the first minute with Siri telling jokes, you can tell Steve is truly gone from the presentation planning. Steve never would've allowed that hackneyed (but I admit, I laughed) display to happen.