Watch the Full WWDC 2024 Keynote Video, or Short Clips

Jun 10, 2024 - 2 Comments

WWDC 2024

Apple’s WWDC 2024 keynote was aired on the morning of June 10, and tons of things were announced and covered over the course of a nearly two hour long marathon event presentation. Apple Intelligence. iOS 18 with new customizations to the Home Screen and Control Center. iPadOS 18 gets that too, plus a Calculator app. MacOS Sequoia has new features like letting you use your iPhone on your Mac. tvOS 17. watchOS 11. visionOS 2. Plus more! There’s so much!

How can you know what was the big stuff? What the heck is Apple Intelligence? What if you want to watch the entire presentation from the 2024 WWDC keynote?

18 Things from WWDC 2024

This two and a half minute overview of 18 new things gives you a nice quick look at what’s significant and announced at WWDC 2024:

Apple Intelligence, in 5 Minutes

Apple Intelligence, explained in 5 minutes, is another useful video if you want to understand what the Apple AI effort is currently like, but you don’t want to devote a few precious hours of your life to watching the WWDC keynote:

Watch the Full WWDC 2024 Keynote Video

If you have nearly 2 hours to spare and would rather watch the entire WWDC 2024 keynote instead of something like a movie or streaming show, the entire WWDC presentation is an hour and forty five minutes of Modern Apple Presentation Goodness:

Apple WWDC 2024 Humor

And now, for some humor. For those of us who watch the WWDC keynotes and can’t help but notice the similar boisterous yet somehow still monotonous speaking tones, goofy exaggerated hand motions, and frequent micro-squats that seemingly every featured presenter in a WWDC video engages in, a X/Twitter user @dhtoomey has come up with this humorous little parody if you’re looking for a laugh:


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Posted by: Jamie Cuevas in News


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  1. John says:

    So it seems like much of AI will be tied to top tier hardware for iPhone and at least a M1 series Mac or iPad.
    That leaves a whole lot of Apple’s hardware left unsupported. Is this because Apple chose to keep more AI on devices rather than in cloud? If so, then I guess Apple hopes you buy a new Pro iPhone or a M series Mac or iPad.
    Personally, I couldn’t care less about AI or Apple Intelligence. I get the impression Apple just wanted to do something with AI to stay relevant with what is happening.
    I think AI is more useful when it works with more hardware. If that means more cloud use then so be it.

  2. Lee says:

    Well, utter complete rubbish done for kids. Skipped through most of it. Change System Prefs back to the OS 12 and before version and thats about all that is interesting

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