Apple Shares Full Video of Today's iPhone X Event Keynote on its Website

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    Apple's iPhone X event has officially wrapped up, so as it does for every keynote the company has now posted the full video of the event on its website. For anyone who avoided news of the event, couldn't watch due to work or school, or followed our spoiler-free post, you now have the chance to catch up with all of the reveals on your own time.

    Apple will also publish the keynote to iTunes and its YouTube channel, but it usually takes a bit longer for the videos to show up there. For Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this year, on June 5, it took four days for the WWDC keynote to appear on YouTube. We'll update this article each time the iPhone X event keynote is added to a new site to stream online.

    The company has been quicker in adding the short videos that debuted during the keynote to its YouTube channel, giving viewers who missed them the first time around -- or those who want to watch them again -- the chance to check out each ad. We've rounded up the new videos and listed them below:



    - Apple Watch -- Dear Apple
    - Apple Watch Series 3 -- Surf
    - iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in 8 seconds
    - iPhone X
    - iPhone X -- Introducing iPhone X
    - Meet iPhone X
    - iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus -- Unveiled

    In addition to the videos posted online, you can catch up with all of the iPhone X event coverage by checking out our list of keynote and news highlights below, encompassing all of MacRumors' September 12 event coverage that has been posted today. This includes articles about the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple TV 4K, Apple Watch Series 3, iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, macOS High Sierra, and many more.

    iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus Announcements

    - Apple Reveals 'iPhone 8' and 'iPhone 8 Plus' With Glass Bodies and A11 Bionic Chip
    - Apple Confirms iPhone Wireless Charging Accessories Coming from Mophie, Belkin, and More
    - Apple Announces 5.8-inch 'iPhone X' With Super Retina OLED Edge-to-Edge Display
    - Apple Releases New Accessories and Cases for iPhone 8 and iPhone X
    - Hands-On With Apple's New Glass-Backed iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
    - iPhone X Impressions: 'Striking' Display and 'Sensational-Looking' Design Make High Price Worth It
    - Apple Introduces 'Animoji' as iPhone X Exclusive Feature
    - AppleCare+ Priced at $199 for iPhone X, $149 for iPhone 8 Plus
    - iPhone X Comes Only in Space Gray and Silver With No Sign of Gold
    - iPhone X and iPhone 8 Feature IP67 Water Resistance Rating, Same as iPhone 7
    - iPhone X and iPhone 8 Charge to 50% in 30 Minutes With Fast-Charge Feature

    Apple TV 4K and Apple Watch Series 3 Announcements

    - Apple Announces 'Apple TV 4K' With 4K and HDR Video Powered by Faster A10X Chip
    - Apple Reveals New 'Apple Watch Series 3' Models With LTE and Faster Dual-Core Processor
    - Apple Announces New Watch Bands and Finishes for Apple Watch Series 3
    - LTE Apple Watch to Cost $10 Per Month on AT&T and Verizon
    - Apple's TV App Expanding to Seven Countries, Starting With Canada and Australia Later This Month
    - Apple Watch Series 3: Skepticism Surrounds Usefulness of LTE, but Performance Improvements Welcome

    iOS, macOS, and Other Software Announcements

    - Apple Seeds iOS 11 Golden Master to Developers Ahead of September 19 Public Launch
    - Apple Seeds watchOS 4 Golden Master to Developers
    - Apple Seeds tvOS 11 Golden Master to Developers
    - macOS High Sierra Will Be Released on September 25
    - Apple Releases iTunes 12.7 With Major Changes, Including No Built-In App Store

    Miscellaneous

    - Live Coverage of Apple's iPhone X Event at Steve Jobs Theater
    - Apple Introduces New Second-Generation AirPods Case With Wireless Charging Support
    - Apple Unveils 'AirPower' Multi-Device Wireless Charging Accessory Coming Next Year
    - Apple Launches New urBeats3 Earphones, New Colors for BeatsX
    - Apple Introduces Revamped $59 Siri Remote With More Prominent Menu Button
    - Apple's Clips App to Offer 360-Degree 'Selfie Scenes' on iPhone X
    - Apple Retires (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Models
    - Everything Apple Announced Today in Five Minutes
    - Apple Raises Prices on All 256 and 512GB iPad Pro Models by $50
    - Apple's New iPhone Lineup: SE for $349, 6s for $449, 7 for $549, 8 for $699, X for $999

    This post will be updated throughout the day as new articles are posted, and when Apple shares the iPhone X event keynote to iTunes and YouTube.

    Article Link: Apple Shares Full Video of Today's iPhone X Event Keynote on its Website
     
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  3. DrJohnnyN macrumors 6502a

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    iPhone X stole the show.
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    Why?
     
  4. scottish macrumors 6502a

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    Full video was available very quickly after conclusion of event. Still had the page open in another window and it started playing automatically. Wondered where the sound was coming from for a moment.
     
  5. Relentless Power macrumors G5

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    But we have to look beyond what you consider ugly. Not everybody will share your views with that. But I look for more towards the experience that the iPhone X is going to deliver with the latest technology. At least will give an opportunity to have something different away from the iPhone 6/6S/7. I think once this phone has more hands-on experience to appreciate its full capabilities, it really will be a game changer.
     
  6. meaning-matters, Sep 12, 2017
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    The iPhone 8 inside is amazing.
    The 3D face scanning even more so.

    Sir Jonathan Ive's face animating a pile of crap, really; yes literally. This, I find this unbelievable and beyond tasteless!
     
  7. Robert.Walter macrumors 65816

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    First iPhone 10 didn’t cooperate when Craig tried to unlock it. He had to deftly move to the Backup phone. Apple it in; Kudos to Apple for doing that.
     
  8. Dilster3k macrumors 6502a

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    The only reason it was meh is because everything was leaked beforehand, I'm sure if I went into this keynote fresh I would have been in complete awe. Maybe should back off the forums towards the next keynote?
     
  9. jayducharme macrumors 68030

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    I'm not keen on iPhone X, but I'm sure it will sell. The first generation of FaceID seems clunky; I still prefer TouchID. The new iPhone 8 looks impressive. Wireless charging will be practical when Apple releases it's large mat to charge more than one device at a time; for now it's a gimmick. There was a good update to Apple TV. And the Apple Watch still needs an iPhone, though it doesn't have to be on your person. That about covers it. IMO, the most impressive part of the presentation was the Steve Jobs Theater.
     
  10. hamilto macrumors member

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    Just watched the whole thing. It felt kinda drab, and forced. The cool thing was the Apple TV 4k, I might consider getting that especially at only 179. HDR and 4k should be awesome, and it plays games. But the new iPhone x.... meh, it doesn't seem that much different from my iPhone 7 plus. I can't remember a single thing about it, and just watched it 5 minutes ago. Oh... animojis! Yeah, I can make my face a big panda face. and I can use my face to unlock stuff. Lots of focus on the face, bet they said the word face 48 times. Tim Cook doesn't seem to have the je ne se qua, he is like a politically correct placeholder.
    edit: I don't use Apple Watch, but the 3 can be used to make calls from anywhere. now that is pretty awesome, and I think we will all begin using those devices eventually. Soooo convenient.
     
  11. a.gomez, Sep 12, 2017
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    Nonsense phone. Basically all the crap Apple said people didn't need - from Qi wireless charging to Amoled - wait for it, Face unlock!. At an insane price. They forgot the Stylus, I mean pencil.

    Oh, and "Bionic Neural Processor" "AirPower"... really? that is what you going with?. Attack of the 12 year old marketing. This is for the people who pay $15 dollars for a hotdog in Time-Sqr.

    Good luck with that.
     
  12. Larry-K macrumors 68000

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    Is anybody actually going to buy the 64GB version?
     
  13. macduke macrumors 604

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    iPhone X is sooo beautiful
     
  14. joesixgig macrumors regular

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    Huh, they kept the faceID snafu. I guess if they removed it the uproar would have been even louder.
     
  15. The Barron macrumors regular

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    I agree on the Apple TV. However, our 65" Samsung UN65JU650DFXZA TV is 4K HD and not HDR, so I assume the new Apple TV box is pointless, correct?
     
  16. pedrotaquelim macrumors member

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    What about the full vídeo of the event on TV? Right now it tells me to come back later.
     
  17. reemas macrumors member

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    Surprised at how accurate rumors were for this entire event. Everything from updates to pricing, even future availability of the wireless charging pad.

    I guess I'm saying I'm surprised, that I wasn't surprised.
     
  18. dantracht macrumors regular

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    8+ for the win, for me. Apple TV 4K? Nah, as I don't have a 4K tv. Apple Watch series 3? On the fence.

    Iphone Ten? I'll wait until they get the Touch ID in the screen thing worked out for the 2018 version.
     
  19. Szarky macrumors 6502a

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    That top, front notch it has going on definitely ain't beautiful.
     
  20. Duane Martin macrumors regular

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    Oh, that's disappointing. So you have actually seen one, held one, seen the screen in action, etc? And came to the conclusion it was "soooo ugly"? Of course it's subjective the beauty found in an object and though some people who HAVE ACTUALLY SEEN ONE don't agree with your appraisal I wouldn't take away your right to an opinion, informed or otherwise. Well, I guess that's one less person I have in front of me in the line.

    BTW, we are, once again, getting hosed by Apple in the exchange rate here in Canada.
     
  21. sza macrumors 6502

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    If you don’t think it is great, then try to build one by yourself.
     
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  23. miniyou64 macrumors 6502

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    The demo where to Craig Federighi goes to open the phone with Face ID and it doesn't work and he's like whoops says it all
     
  24. NovemberWhiskey macrumors 68030

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    The ears/notch are the worst idea Apple has put out. I am shocked it made it to the actual product. It sounds like one of the early ideas that should have been killed in the idea room.

    I was going to look past it based on the leaks thinking this would just be a homescreen/in-app thing, but seeing in live in the Keynote where it was persistent in all your videos/photos...WTF Apple??? There's going to be a hole in all of our photos and videos?

    They could have easily just blacked out the top, and included the wireless signal, etc. with a black background with white font, and cut off photos and videos there. But they had to be "innovative" with a full screen display and show off that they went "edge-to-edge."

    I swear, this is just a huge joke by Samsung on Apple. "Sure...we can supply you with OLED (trying to hide laughter)"
     
  25. RealKrS macrumors member

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    I am so disappointed.. If Samsung's OS didn't suck so much, I think I'd be making the switch right now.. The Face ID is a complete joke compared to Touch ID, the "Look/Unlock?SwipeUp" is infuriating me.. It'll be quite the challenge to use that phone, living in a place like Phoenix or Las Vegas, where you pretty much wear sunglasses all day long!..
     

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