Following yesterday’s pre-recorded WWDC 2020 keynote speech, Apple pushed to its official YouTube channel a replay video of the even for those who prefer to relive the keynote on their own time. In addition, the iPhone maker published one of its nicely done event recap videos which compresses highlights of the most important announcements in less than two minutes.
WWDC 2020 keynote replay video
First up, the keynote replay video is now available on YouTube and apple.com.
“Apple WWDC 2020 kicked off with big announcements, exciting reveals, inspiration and new opportunities to create the most innovative apps in the world,” Apple writes in the description.
Of course, yesterday’s keynote unveiled the latest on Apple’s upcoming software updates, including an in-depth look at iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, tvOS 14, macOS 11.0, Apple’s latest privacy moves and the much expected transition to custom Apple silicon for the Mac.
WWDC 2020 Day 1 video recap
“It’s been a jam-packed first day at WWDC 2020, full of exciting news from the keynote and the Platforms State of the Union,” reads the video’s description. “We’ll zoom through the highlights — and give you a sneak peek of what’s coming tomorrow.”
Daily WWDC 2020 recaps are available on Apple’s website.
Apple has been doing these fun video recaps of its press events in the past few years and they’re usually an awesome exercise in effective editing and fast storytelling.
Here are YouTube links for some of the cooler ones from past Apple events:
The last one which recaps the announcements at the iPhone XS event is my absolute favorite.
Do you like these videos? Which are your favorite WWDC 2020 announcements, and why?
Let us know in the commenting section down below.