WWDC 2012 Keynote now available on YouTube

As you've all undoubtedly heard and read by now, Apple last week had a gang of announcements at its 2012 WWDC keynote. Now it's available for viewing on YouTube

As you've all undoubtedly heard and read by now, Apple last week had a gang of announcements at its 2012 WWDC keynote. There was the introduction of a new MacBook Pro with a Retina display, revamped Macbook Air and Pro models, some more insight into the upcoming OS X Mountain Lion release, and of course, what developers and users can look forward to with iOS 6 which will be dropping later this Fall. Incidentally, Mountain Lion will go on sale via the Mac App Store in July for just $19.99 - and notably, this is the cheapest OS X release ever.

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But if you wanna hear about all of Apple's product and software announcements first hand, well Apple has made its WWDC Keynote available for viewing via a variety of different mediums. Shortly after the keynote concluded, Apple made video of the event available for streaming via its website. The next day it became available as a downloadable podcast (both in SD and HD) and now users can check out the keynote via YouTube below.

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