Apple WWDC keynote video now available online

The keynote from Day 1 of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference can now be seen as an online video at the company's Web site.

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Those of you who couldn't catch Apple's WWDC keynote yesterday can now watch the entire event as an online video.

Apple's has posted a stream of the keynote available directly via its Web site. The video covers all the presentations, complete with details about Apple's new and refreshed Macs, iOS 6, Mountain Lion, and other assorted products. You can see it all, starting with the intro and corny jokes from Siri and ending with Tim Cook's closing comments.

All you need to view the video is your friendly neighborhood browser and a dose of the QuickTime plug-in.

WWDC continues on until the end of the week.

Catch all of CNET's coverage of Apple's WWDC 2012 here.

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