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You can now watch Apple's full Sept. 9 keynote presentation on YouTube

You can now watch Apple's full Sept. 9 keynote presentation on YouTube

September 11, 2014

Apple has just made the entirety of its keynote presentation yesterday available to stream on its official channel on YouTube. So, if you haven’t seen the keynote or if you just want to replay it, you can now do so on the popular video-sharing site.

The keynote, which was presented yesterday morning at the De Anza College’s Flint Center in Cupertino, was highlighted by the unveiling of the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay, and Apple’s “one more thing,” the Apple Watch.

You can watch the keynote on YouTube or right here via the video embedded below:

If you can’t see the video embedded above, please click here.

The keynote was live-streamed on Apple’s website and on Apple TV. But the live feed turned out to be marred by various glitches, prompting Samsung to mock Apple’s “Genius” live-streaming expertise in one of its new video ads.

Fortunately, the keynote is now available to watch sans interruptions and distractions on YouTube. It has also been made available to watch on Apple’s website and on iTunes, where it’s also available for download.

Some of the promo videos included in the keynote have also been separately posted by Apple on YouTube.

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