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New iPhone keynote now playing on Apple site, Apple TV, iTunes [U]

updated 05:45 pm EDT, Tue September 10, 2013

Presentation covers updates, iOS 7, iPhones, iWork and iLife in 85 minutes

[Update: Keynote now available on iTunes, videos from the keynote now on YouTube] The video of this morning's Cupertino presentation of the iPhone 5s and 5c has been made available, along with the videos shown within the presentation, on Apple's website and through Apple TV. The 85 minute talk showcases the new Stanford Apple Store, the introduction of iOS 7, the debut of the iPhone 5c and high-end 5s, the iTunes Festival, a look at the new camera and photos app in the 5s, new cases and docks, and a surprise concert by Elvis Costello, among other highlights.

The event took place in Apple's own Town Hall, located inside its Cupertino headquarters -- a smaller venue than is normally used for major announcements such as new iPhones. Moderated by CEO Tim Cook, the presentation also featured SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, who demonstrated iOS 7; SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller; Epic Games' Donald Mustard, who demonstrated Infinity Blade III; and, via videos, Sir Jonathan Ive and SVP of Hardware Dan Riccio.

Update: The keynote video is now available through iTunes as a SD or HD podcast, and the videos from the presentation are already on Apple's YouTube channel.




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