Apple posts WWDC 2014 keynote to YouTubeAfter making the two-hour keynote to this year's Worldwide Developers Conference available on its own website, Apple on Tuesday uploaded a high resolution version of the video to YouTube.
As part of its presentation of the next-generation operating systems OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8, Apple unveiled a slew of new features and surprise projects at WWDC 2014 including HealthKit, HomeKit, 4,000 iOS APIs and a new coding language in Swift, just to name a few.
The video featuring CEO Tim Cook, as well as some 80 minutes' worth of SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, is now up on Apple's official YouTube channel. Unlike its own hosted version, the YouTube video is available in resolutions up to 720p.
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