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Apple's WWDC event is online in case you missed it

Running a hefty 144 minutes, the online video shows you all the highlights of the event, including demos of the new versions of OS X and iOS as well as the introduction of Apple Music.

Apple CEO Tim Cook kicks off WWDC 2015. Apple

Those of you who couldn't catch the live stream of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday can watch a replay at Apple's website.

On Monday, Apple executives spent more than two hours revealing the company's latest software and services, shining the spotlight on a host of new and updated offerings. WWDC is one of Apple's key events of the year. The company not only demos new products but shows how they all work together -- an important way of keeping users hooked into the whole Apple ecosystem. Starting at 10 a.m. PT, the live stream was available only to iOS and Mac OS X users. But the replay is online for anyone to catch via Apple's website.

Following a behind the scenes, tongue-in-cheek introduction by comedian Bill Hader, the event officially kicked off with a keynote by CEO Tim Cook. But the action quickly segued to the new versions of Apple's desktop and mobile operating systems. The latest flavor of OS X, known as El Capitan, will offer performance improvements as well as enhancements in the search feature. Users will also be able to more easily run two apps on the screen via a new function called "split view."

Next on the agenda was iOS 9, introducing its own split-screen view, allowing iPad Air 2 users to run two apps side by side. Apple's mobile OS will also include a smarter and more proactive Siri voice assistant that will remind you of appointments and other events without you having to tell it and help you search for specific content, such as "those photos you took in Utah last August." A native news app will aggregate various news sources into one easy-to-read interface.

Both OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 will be available to users in the fall.

The event also included updates to the Apple Watch OS. The new Apple Watch OS 2 will let watch wearers run native third-party apps without having to pair with an iPhone. One feature called "Time Travel" will let you hop ahead or skip back to see upcoming events or previous ones. The Apple Watch will also offer new faces, more data available at a glance and integration with Siri and Apple's HomeKit, together which allow you to turn on lights and control other home appliances through just the sound of your voice.

Perhaps Apple's biggest announcement of the day was its new music streaming service known as Apple Music. Selling for $10 a month per user or $15 a month for an entire family, Apple Music will let you stream and listen to your favorite tunes as an alternative to iTunes where you purchase each song or album individually. Apple Music also includes a 24/7 radio station called Beats 1, and a service called Connect, where artists can promote themselves to their fans and share a song directly to their iPhones.

(Via AppleInsider)