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Apple posts web, iTunes video of WWDC 2010 keynote

updated 11:10 am EDT, Tue June 8, 2010

Event showcases iPhone 4, iBooks

Less than a day after the event, Apple has posted two different video versions of the 2010 WWDC keynote. On Apple's website is a streaming version, encoded in three different quality levels for QuickTime. Via the iTunes Store people can now download a podcast version, viewable either in iTunes or on an iPhone, iPod, iPad or Apple TV.

Both recordings are nearly two hours long. The event concentrated almost entirely on the iPhone 4, which will launch on June 24th and have upgrades such as a 960x460 IPS display and a five-megapixel camera with flash. A front-facing camera is meant for FaceTime, Apple's new video calling function. Marring the flow of the event were several technical difficulties, blamed on the number of Wi-Fi hotspots present.

by MacNN Staff




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