Apple WWDC Keynote Video Now Available

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Apple’s gone ahead and published the full 2011 World Wide Developers Conference keynote presentation. The video is available at and runs for 118 minutes.

The 2011 WWDC keynote includes the introduction of iOS 5, iCloud and OS X Lion. With a focus on software, Apple did not introduce a new iPhone or other hardware, which has become the norm at the conference over the past few years.

The Apple WWDC keynote presentation can be viewed on any Mac or PC that has Quicktime installed. The video can also be viewed on any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.

Visit to view the WWDC keynote.

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  1. Guest

    06/07/2011 at 9:22 am

    Still Quicktime only! The company which bashed Adobe for Flash and wanted HTML5 to be the standard!
    I didn’t want to watch the keynote anyway, but this is a reason more not to do so.
    And no, I will not install Quirkytime on my PC!

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