After Apple uploaded their full keynote to their website during the early evening yesterday, many noticed the quality wasn’t very great. The pixelation and loading issues seemed never-ending for some. So to fix those issues, Apple has uploaded it to iTunes as a podcast, as they do every year.
Users will have two choices, you can download the file in normal quality in exchange for 1.34 GB of storage, or in high-definition for 3 GB of storage. Best of all, the download is completely free and you can load it up on your iPod, iPad, etc for later viewing.
To download, click here and select the top podcast released on September 12th. Depending on the internet connection the download for the HD version should take nearly 80 to 90 minutes.
The whole event lasts around two-hours long; I am yet to even begin watching it yet. This weekend I will probably get around to watching the whole event. The difference between a live-blog presentation and the real footage are the reactions. The vibe during the event footage is much different because you have the chance to hear the words come from Tim Cook and Phil Schiller themselves.
Will you be watching the keynote?