I started streaming the iPhone 5 keynote from Apple’s website this morning, but soon switched it off when I realized it would have looked better on VHS. Thankfully, the entire thing can now be downloaded in high-definition from the iTunes Store — for free.
To download the keynote, simply search for “Apple Keynotes” in the iTunes Store, or click on the source link at the bottom of this post. There will be two version to choose from: standard-definition, or high-definition.
You can then subscribe to the podcast, which should download the latest episode — the iPhone 5 keynote — automatically, or you can just download it manually if you don’t want to subscribe. In standard-definition, the download weighs in at 1.34GB, which the high-definition version is 3.03GB.
Both file sizes are pretty huge, but it does provide just under two hours of video. If you don’t have time for that, you can see everything Apple announced during yesterday’s keynote in our handy mega-roundup.