The WWDC 2013 keynote may have been streamed live, and then posted to the web, but what if you don't have time to watch it in one sitting? As is usually the case, Apple has now uploaded the entire thing to their Apple Keynotes channel available in iTunes, so you can download it to your iPhone or iPad and watch it on the go. If you haven't yet watched it, hit the link below, load it up, and grab a cup of coffee -- or three -- and enjoy the ride.
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