After refusing to stream video of Steve Jobs‘ hotly anticipated WWDC 2010 keynote speech, at which he officially unveiled the iPhone 4, Apple put the video up on their website, where you not only need QuickTime to watch it, but the video has been slow and buffery on-and-off throughout the day. If that didn’t work for you, you could catch it in snippets on YouTube, but unless you wanted to watch that same iPhone 4 ad over and over or slog through some site’s painstaking liveblog, you were out of luck for the complete experience.
Fortunately, they’ve since given us another option: The full two-hour keynote is now available in YouTube in one uninterrupted video. You can check it out after the jump.
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