By now, most of you will be aware that Apple released a number of new products, including the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, at an invite-only event yesterday. A portion of you will also be aware that the privilege of watching the livestream of said event in real time was reserved for those of us in possession of a Mac. And well, even then you weren't guaranteed a frills-free viewing experience.
Indeed, Apple's stream ran into quite some trouble yesterday, and was, for the most part, unwatchable for the first quarter of the event for most people. In fact, even right now, Apple's official recording of the event on its own website is seriously messed up, as the picture is extremely choppy, and essentially useless. So while you can always check back with it later, when Apple will hopefully have fixed the issue, for the time being you can check out one of the many unofficial recordings of the event, available on YouTube. In order to save you the hassle of locating a problem-free one yourself, we've embedded one for your below. It's not the full recording, though, so we'll keep checking back with Apple's site and report back.