Missed Apple's WWDC 2017 press conference? Watch the recording right here

Apple's WWDC 2017 press conference has officially ended, but for those who missed it or simply want to rewatch it, the company has made a recording of the whole event available online. The whole thing lasts a whopping 139 minutes, so strap on!

For the impatient among you, here's a short list of most of the things that happened on stage today:

And a lot more, including updated iMac desktops, a brand-new product tier called the iMac Pro, and updated MacBooks, a new AR platform called ARKit, as well as the surprise release of Monument Valley 2.

It's no surprise Apple called this the best WWDC ever – there was simply a ton of new information to digest. But don't just take our word for it; go look for yourself! As far as press conferences go, this one was a wild ride.

source: Apple

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1. combatmedic870

Posts: 986; Member since: Sep 02, 2015

The most exciting thing was the file manager.... Im sure it'll be claimed to be the best file manager in the history of the mankind.

2. obedchuni

Posts: 337; Member since: Jun 16, 2014

Sure u are only one one mankind

3. cmdacos

Posts: 4267; Member since: Nov 01, 2016

I can save you the trouble of watching this. Nothing exciting coming to iPhone watch or tv. Ipad Pros were focused on and gained very nice improvements with files, drag and drop. Then Apple introduced a toilet roll that sounds good but you leave it out in your living room.

4. AstonCalvin

Posts: 4; Member since: Aug 10, 2017

There are many big announcements by Apple in this conference. I like the new version of watchOS that delivers fabulous watch faces with some new fitness features. Now user can exchange the information with fitness center machines in real time to get more exact data.

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