If you tuned in to Apple's WWDC keynote earlier this week, you got a peek at what could have been a fantastic opening number for the conference. Starring Saturday Night Live's Bill Hader, with appearances by Community's Danny Pudi and Veep's Matt Walsh, the "behind-the-scenes look " shows that things ultimately didn't go quite as planned. Now you can check it out again, as Apple has uploaded the video to YouTube.
But seriously, this was a humorous way to kick off the conference, and it's definitely worth checking out if you missed out on the keynote live stream. With references to Angry Birds, Tinder, Goat Simulator, and even a gang of Tim Cook lookalikes, the video pokes a little bit of fun at everybody.
Source: Apple (YouTube)
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