You’ve already read the
Live keynote coverage
and checked out
from Apple’s 2007 Worldwide Developers Conference, but if you’d like to watch Steve Jobs’ keynote address to WWDC attendees,
now you can.
Apple has posted a video-on-demand QuickTime stream of Jobs’ keynote to developers, where he unveiled new features of Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard” like a redesigned Desktop and new Finder, “Stacks” which let you drag groups of items to the Dock, Quick Look and more. Jobs also revealed that the iPhone will support third-party developers who use Web 2.0 technology such as AJAX, noted some game news, and introduced the first Windows version of the Safari Web browser.
The streaming video on demand is available in QuickTime and MPEG-4.