WWDC 2010 Keynote Now Available Online
The video of the WWDC 2010 keynote is now available at Apple’s website. It can be viewed in low, medium, or high quality and weighs in at just under two hours long. Good for Apple, too, that they didn’t edit out the embarrassing bits like the newspaper demo failing to appear due to network problems, or when someone shouted out, “Try Verizon!”
They might have taken a note from the recent Android keynote network failure and anticipated the large amount of wireless congestion that would be present — at one point Jobs said there were over 500 wifi hotspots in the room! Apple’s policy of not livestreaming the keynotes basically mandates that press folk bring their own connectivity and liveblog on-site. Perhaps next time Apple could provide ethernet drops, and ban wifi devices.
A higher resolution version of the keynote should be available on iTunes shortly.
[via Apple iPhone School]