Watch Apple's entire WWDC 2011 keynote, as well as the iOS 5 Preview

Watch Apple's entire WWDC 2011 keynote, as well as the iOS 5 Preview
Apple was quick to post streaming video of its epic WWDC 2011 keynote, with a special appearance from CEO Steve Jobs himself. The company also posted an iOS 5 Preview, hosted by Greg Joswiak, VP of iPhone, iPod and iOS Product Marketing, as well as Scott Forstall, Senior VP of iOS Software. The paths to watch both videos are in the source links.

The company announced major milestones in its chief software products - Mac OS X Lion for the desktop, iOS 5 for its mobile devices, and iCloud, its revamped online storage and syncing service.

Mac OS X Lion is starting to look more and more like iOS, while the mobile operating system itself seems to be seamlessly blended into iCloud, showing the level of integration Apple is heading towards across all of its device categories.

Both videos in the source link are worth watching, be it only for Steve Jobs's appearance, or for visualizing the new notification system, and, as usual, the videos are not embeddable, just make sure you have Quicktime installed if you are on a Windows machine.

source: Apple (WWDC keynote & iOS 5 Preview)

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7 Comments

3. america123jeff

Posts: 36; Member since: Apr 14, 2011

iOS5 is out!! I have to say that I am very impressed by what Apple has done. The notifications were done very well. Cangrats Apple, you have impressed me.

11. PhoneLuver

Posts: 481; Member since: Jul 05, 2010

I'm impressed too! Let's see what is looks like in real life though. Only thing that bugs me is why only Twitter integration? Why not give us the choice to configure Twitter, Facebook etc..?

13. Rumen Мутафов unregistered

I'm pretty sure, u've already seen Android's 2.3 interface, so I can't really see howu can be impressed by iOS5...

15. manicOxygen unregistered

nobody gives a flying GPU about android and their platform.

4. fdazam16

Posts: 4; Member since: Jun 07, 2011

i have a concept of ios especialy in terms of multitasking and also new desighn with 3.7 inch screen.what i sould do and to whom i should show

6. DIYguy

Posts: 190; Member since: Feb 27, 2011

to ol' good Stevie

14. Just wondering unregistered

I want to know how in the world Apple is not going to get sued by Google and possibly other companies for features like that notification and etc. It's great that they have it but in the past (and current), they would sue the pants off of any one else with something remotely similar to their product. Just wondering.

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