WWDC 2013 Keynote Video Now Live On YouTube

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Apple has finally posted the WWDC 2013 keynote video on YouTube, it comes roughly ten days after the company’s annual developer event was held in San Francisco, California.

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WWDC 2013 brought us a number of exciting announcements. Before the event itself Apple had confirmed that it would be focusing on iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks. However at the event it also announced new MacBook Air lineup and also offered us a sneak peak of the new Mac Pro, which is currently in the pipeline. Both software offerings of the company have also been greatly revamped, with iOS 7 seeing some major redesign.

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Apple says that iOS 7 is the biggest update they’ve made to their mobile platform since it was first launched nearly half a decade ago. The entire UI has been redesigned and native apps have been revamped. There are new features and gestures. The UI itself is flat and has a much more simpler and cleaner look. The first beta of iOS 7 has already been seeded, public release is slated for fall 2013.

The company does seed its keynote video through its own website, but many people just wait for it to upload the video on YouTube. As opposed to Apple’s own website, most users find YouTube a better option for viewing the keynote, considering that there are far greater ways of accessing it as it is a lot more versatile than Apple’s offering. The WWDC 2013 keynote can now be viewed on Apple’s official YouTube channel.

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