Apple recently released high-resolution versions of its 11June 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote to YouTube and iTunes. The videos wrap up Apple’s week-long conference that ended on Friday, 15 June 2012.
The keynote presentation, is roughly two hours long. It has been up on Apple’s website since Monday, 11 June 2012 and on iTunes since Tuesday. However, now those who are interested in watching or downloading an HD version of WWDC 2012 can do so through iTunes and YouTube.
In the keynote, Apple announced a number of new and upcoming products such as the 14-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro and a slew of new iOS features to be included in the next iteration of the mobile operating system, iOS 6. When iOS 6 launches sometime this fall alongside an expected next-gen iPhone (also known as iPhone 5), it will include new Siri abilities, system-wide Facebook integration, proprietary maps app, among other features such as the announced “Passbook” app.
The Cupertino, California based company also detailed the new OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion features such as Messages, voice dictation, and deeper iCloud integration. There are speculations new Mac operating system will go on sale in July for a price of $19.99.
You can watch the YouTube version of the keynote below:
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Video Source: Apple Inc.