Video of Apple's WWDC 2014 Keynote Now Available

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    I figure I'd run errands during the live keynote and come back to watch it later. Thanks for the heads up.
     
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    I watched it on my Apple TV and I have to say I was Impressed. Lots of new features which make our daily lives so much easier. Loved the continuity feature!

    Was hoping for some hardware release and there was none :(
     
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    Hey Apple can you please get rid of the Dinosaur tech known as quicktime?

    I want to listen to the keynote at work on my computer but can't because I can't download quicktime.

    Already putting me in an anti-apple mood.
     
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    :( no hardware release, I was hoping for AppleTV like many
     
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    +1 :) Being able to continue working in whatever device is just great and answering or rejecting calls on the Mac while your phone is somewhere around the house just fantastic.
     
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    Wasn't the most exciting keynote. A lot for developers but consumers haven't really got much to talk about: 'evolutionary' springs to mind.
     
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    How do I full screen the video? Stupid quicktime
     
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    I know right! Come on Apple! Where's that Macbook Air with Retina!?!?
     
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    Considering there were no hardware announcements today, I am still pretty excited! The improvements are pretty interesting, and Metal especially is VERY interesting in terms of A-series computers. The main concern with the processor shift is that so many applications are designed for Intel processors, so this is a large step towards making ARM a player in the global computing market.
     
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    No AppleTV upgrade?

    I'm in Hawaii, so I didn't get up to watch the keynote address, but from a cursory look at the various news items, it looks like no upgrade to the AppleTV was announced. Is that correct? I was waiting to buy one, just in case a new one was announced, but I guess I'll get the one they currently have.
     
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    Solid, but a lot of features that android already has. Apple delivered, but failed to impress. It was ok.
     
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    What's with Apple's efficiency today? The website for the OS X and iOS preview was up right at the end of the keynote, the Swift documentation is on iBooks already, the video for the keynote is up, the OS X beta program is updated for Yosemite sign-ups, heck even they even updated their youtube channel! Not complaining, hope they keep this up for all their events.
     
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    Yes I would love to have seen some hardware also. But iOS 8 and Yosemite seems pretty amazing, so I'm happy :)

    Cos iOS 8 launch this fall ? That means iPhone 6 this fall. Sooooo soon they will invite again and tell about new hardware :)
     
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    From the consumer level, it was a nice presentation. From the developer level, I would put this on the same level as the introduction of the iPhone.
     
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    Apple really impressed today. They've blown Windows 8 out of the water and given Android a run for it's money.

    Can't believe some people in this forum are unimpressed.

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    You can send text messages from you Mac. You find this unimpressive?!
     
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    The Continuity features looks really, really cool. I'm excited for those. Also, the third-party widgets for "Today" are long-overdue and welcome to the party. AirDrop being Mac-to-iOS compatible is big. All very cool updates.

    Very disappointed, however, that Siri didn't make it to OSX. I'm quite confused as to why I can't enjoy those convenient features on my MacBook.

    Equally disappointed that the aTV got nothing. I suppose, if new hardware is in the pipeline, it makes sense to hold off for another event, but I'm dying for the aTV to get an app store and SDK. Continuity + Swift and Playground in Xcode + an AppleTV app store... oh the possibilities....
     
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    watch the keynote? no thanks. I have heard enough bullcrap for today.
     
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    oh please quicktime.... how to enable fullscreen on this? lame to watch it in a letterbox 1/8th of he screen size, rescaling the content of the browser window does not help either.

    :(

    Pathetic, that apple doesn't even think of this, considering how much attention to detail they claim to spend.
     
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