Apple iPad Keynote Streaming Video Now Online!


Today’s announcement of the iPad from Apple was definitely not a surprising one, since most details were “leaked” prior so it wasn’t much of a surprise. If you missed the live-blogging of iPad news and events today, you can now watch the entire event online.

Apple has just put up the streaming video of today’s Apple iPad keynote. So sit back, grab some popcorn and a drink and soak in all that iPad goodness.

Click here to visit and watch the keynote in its entirety!


  • rorypiper

    Watching it now. Watching video of this thing, gets me more excited.

  • Dusty

    Sweet. Gonna check it out πŸ˜‰

  • george

    can someone fill me in this is a iphone on steroids lol but theres a couple things not urging me to buy it can it multi task such as run safari and photos drop down menus like a labtop and is there a usb port where you can plug in your iphone and tether thats really important cus theres no way im buying 3g internet sim cards and have 3g on my iphone through robbers. and you have to buy the 64 gb cus its a computer still, does it havve iwork, iphoto all the stuff a macbook have?

  • george

    what i meant to say on my post below CAN it do all those stuff

  • xxjdxx

    can someone help me with quicktime? all i get is audio, no video…..this is why I hate apple computers.

  • Disappointed

    The iPad is a total joke… its WORSE than a laptop… and as a “tablet” it's a joke. Who wants to buy a giant iPod touch. I'm an avid apple fan and I wouldn't be caught dead using this.

  • Are you on a Mac or PC? Works fine on my MacBook

  • The thing with the iPad is that we all “set” expectations on a device that Apple NEVER commented on. Then, when we get something that we don't expect, we call it a failure. I agree the iPad is limiting, but for what it does, it does it well. I can see the iPad being a great fit for parents who only need to surf the web, send email, and look at pictures of their children/grandchildren. All the tech support is out the window!

  • Eric Montross

    Yup! I totally agree with Gary…….It's a simple media device for the non-tech users!

    The only question I have is…….”Will you be able to tether?”

  • duc

    I don't see it as a joke. We all know it's not comparable to a netbook or a laptop in terms of specs. It is what it's design for and that is to compete with other ebook readers and it does very well reading books & newspaper with full colors. Adding the wifi and music are just bonuses which some other e-readers don't have. Oh I'm pretty sure a whole lot of people will buy this.

  • I'm not finished read this yet, but it's so fabulous 'n I'll back again when I was finished my job πŸ˜€

  • I'm not finished read this yet, but it's so fabulous 'n I'll back again when I was finished my job πŸ˜€