You can now watch the full video of Apple’s March 27 keynote


Watch Tim Cook unveil the new iPad.
Watch Tim Cook unveil the new iPad.
Photo: Ian Fuchs/Cult of Mac

Didn’t catch the live blog of Apple’s keynote this morning? Don’t worry. The livestream has just been posted.

Apple’s event this morning in Chicago was the first one in years that didn’t offer a live stream. During the keynote, Apple unveiled a new 9.7-inch iPad. It also demoed a bunch of new software aimed at students and teachers. Only the press, educators and some students got invites to watch Tim Cook’s presentation, but you can now watch all the action yourself.

The March 27 keynote video was just added to Apple’s Events app on Apple TV. You can also watch it from your internet browswer on Apple’s website.

The new 9.7-inch iPad went on sale today for $329 or $299 for schools. Apple also added a new space gray keyboard and Magic Mouse to the store along with new iPad cases and Apple Watch bands.


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