Relive the Apple Watch keynote as an hilarious musical

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We’ve had a couple of days to let the massive announcements of Apple’s September 9 keynote sink in, but if you want to relive the event you might want to check out this new video from Jonathan Mann.

Who is Jonathan Mann, you may ask? The brilliant YouTube musician who created the celebrated Mario Opera close to a decade ago is the answer. An unabashed Apple fan, Mann was previously responsible for composing the iPhone Antenna song which Steve Jobs publicly danced to, and earlier this year composed a great WWDC ear worm which is still rattling around my brain months later.

Following Apple’s Tuesday keynote Mann is back in Apple territory with a new musical tour-de-force entitled “Apple Watch: The Musical,” which somehow manages to compress Apple’s entire Tuesday event into just 3 minutes and 13 seconds.

Highlights include references to the accidental Chinese translation in the background of the video stream, the same flood of excitement that everyone experienced at hearing Tim Cook refer to “One More Thing,” and a very amusing diatribe about the likelihood that the Apple Watch will be used primarily for sending crudely drawn penis pictures between users.

Mann also gets all manner of bonus points for fitting the words “Linear Acuator” and “Taptic Engine” into a surprisingly catchy song.

Watch the video for that if nothing else!