Apple needed some two hours and a half to go into some detail for all of its major and minor announcements at WWDC 2015 yesterday, and even that felt too short — there were just too many of them! From outlining its new OS X El Capitan operating system, through the various new components of iOS 9 and watchOS, down to its brand new Apple Music service — it's fair to say that if you missed it, the opening event is well-worth the time to re-watch.
Thankfully, that's possible, and quite easily too! And, unlike the livestream of the event, Windows users can also access the footage problem-free. All you have to do is head over to Apple's Events site and start the 144 minute-long recording of the event. As you can imagine, playback is delivered in decent, high-quality. Without further ado, here's the link: