WWDC 2010 keynote is now available online
Macworld covered Steve Jobs’s WWDC 2010 keynote live yesterday, but if you still want to watch Jobs’s announcements with your own two eyes, Apple has published the keynote video in full on its Website, on video-sharing service YouTube, and via its event podcast feed in the iTunes Store.
You can view Apple’s WWDC 2010 Keynote Address below, as we have embedded it in this post from Apple's official YouTube channel; it’s also available for streaming from Apple’s Website in H.264, just in case you want to watch it on your iPhone or iPad. If you don’t mind waiting a little longer, you can even download the keynote from Apple’s iTunes Store podcast feed.
In any case, the extravaganza clocks in at just under two hours, so grab some popcorn and settle in to watch Jobs talk about the new iPhone 4, iMovie for iPhone, iBooks for iPhone, FarmVille, Guitar Hero, and Netflix for iPhone. And if you need something to tide you over until launch day on June 24, check out our hands-on experience with the new iPhone and our close-up photo gallery.