For those of you that haven’t heard (and at this point that is probably none of you), there were some pretty big announcements made yesterday during they keynote speech of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. New Macs, new OS X and iOS versions were all in tow. Up until now, however, there has been no way to save the entire keynote to your computer if you missed it due to conflicts, or if you’re like me and had some streaming issues because of terrible internet connection. Fortunately for those of us who didn’t catch it all and wanted to save it, and not stream it online afterwords, Apple has released the keynote on iTunes for downloading.
The entire presentation is now available through the Apple Keynotes HD podcast on iTunes, which you can find by searching the Podcasts app, or another podcast playing app available on the App Store. If you do plan on downloading the keynote, it is worth noting that the presentation will take up a whopping 2.96GB on your device, so make sure you have enough room (and time) for the download.
Are you glad that Apple is making the keynote very accessable this year, compared to years past when a live-stream wasn’t even offered? Sound off in the comments and let us know what you think.
Source: iDownload Blog