If you missed Apple’s big WWDC keynote last week, you can catch up now on YouTube.
The entire event runs for just under two hours and 20 minutes, but the beauty of watching it later means you can skip forward to the most exciting announcements.
We enjoyed a bumper WWDC keynote this year. Tim Cook skipped the usual sales and usage updates to skip straight to the good stuff. Amazon Prime Video’s arrival on the Apple TV was the first news to be confirmed at the top of the show.
Apple then previewed its next major updates to watchOS, macOS, and iOS before confirming Intel Kaby Lake upgrades for the MacBook, MacBook Pro, and iMac. It also unveiled the “seriously badass” iMac Pro, which is shipping this December.
By now you’ve probably already seen and heard about all these things, but if you want to enjoy Apple’s demos and promotional videos, you’ll need to watch the WWDC keynote below.