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Apple posts WWDC 2010 keynote video stream


Apple has posted an on-demand Quicktime streaming video of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote address from WWDC 2010. During the address, Jobs unveiled the iPhone 4, discussed some of the new features of iOS—formerly iPhone OS—4, and gave several updates regarding the iPad and App Store. For more coverage of yesterday’s event, see our full transcript, our Flickr photostream, and our News section.

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From the iLounge transcript: “Asking for suggestions from the crowd. Someone yells ‘Verizon!’” This has been edited from Apple’s video file of the event.

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Beware, Mr. Jobs - the Internet Police doesn’t tolerate revisionist history.

Posted by Herr Doktor on June 9, 2010 at 6:13 PM (CDT)

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