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How to replay Apple's iPhone 6, Watch event

Tuesday's launch event is now viewable via Apple's website and through iTunes.

You can watch Tuesday's entire Apple event via iTunes. Apple/screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET

If you missed Apple's live presentation of the iPhone 6 and Watch on Tuesday, you can still view the entire event.

At Tuesday's two-hour launch event, Apple worked to wow consumers with a range of new products, including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus , the Apple Watch , and the Apple Pay mobile payments service. The event streamed live via Apple's website, but you could catch it only if you were running Safari on a Mac or iOS device.

For those of you who would like to see the entire show after the fact, here's how:

First, you can watch the event from start to finish on Apple's website. And in this case, you should be able to fire it up from any web browser, though I did run into some unresponsiveness due to javascript problems when I tried to watch it through Firefox. I found the most dependable way to watch it on my PC was through Internet Explorer or the Windows version of Safari.

Second (and perhaps more reliably), you can grab the entire event from iTunes. The Apple Keynotes page on iTunes shows Tuesday's event as the first item in the list. Simply click on the link to the event, and you can watch it directly in iTunes or download it if you want to view it offline at a later time.

Don't feel like spending two hours of your life watching the entire event? You can catch short clips of some of the cut-to-the-chase tidbits courtesy of CNET's must-see moments story.