Watch the iPhone 4S Keynote Video

By , Oct 4, 2011

For those of us that weren’t lucky enough to be at Apple’s press event today, the Cupertino firm has just made the whole ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event available online.

The video, all 90 minutes of it, can be streamed right now from Apple’s web site, and we expect it to hit Apple’s iTunes Podcast feed later today…

We can’t wait to see the event for ourselves, and witness the unveiling of Apple’s latest and greatest smartphone, the iPhone 4S. In particular, Scott Forstall’s (lengthy) Siri announcement is said to be one of the highlights of the show, alongside the iPhone 4S announcement itself.

The video also shows off Apple’s newly updated iPod range, with the iPod Nano receiving a selection of fancy new watch faces, perfect for those who like to wear the diminutive little jukebox as a timepiece.

We’re all off to watch the video ourselves using, and thanks to the magic that is AirPlay, at least one iDB member will be sat back with a drink and a big screen TV – it’s been a long day already at iDB Towers!

Let us know what you think to Apple’s announcements after you’ve given the video a watch – you know where the comments are!

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  • tanner

    Thank you!

  • Ken

    Thank you for the iDB team.
    This is the way I want on your website.
    Not fill with rumors.

  • 877

    Wont play on my iphone 4 lol

    • Darth Vader

      Can only play on iPhone 4S

      • 877

        Ha yes probably. I am so ashamed of my normal i4 model :-)

  • http://howt0jailbreak.blogspot.com/ iPodJoe

    Watching it on my iPod Touch – plays fine but wont play on PC or Safari – QuickTime is updated!
    I cant wait for the jailbreaks and hope dev teams update apps to play well with the iOS 5!

  • http://www.letstalktablets.com Darryl

    I was surprised actually at how quick Apple got this streaming video up on their site. It’s not as good as physically being at the keynote event but it’s the next best thing!

  • Kyle Beroney

    haha that one empty “reserved” seat in the beginning