WWDC 2011 Official Apple Keynote Steaming Video: Available Now

We’ve been following all the developments today from Apple’s WWDC 2011 event and have already brought you a ton of news from Steve Jobs’ keynote speech. Apple did not give a live stream of the event this year but for all you enthusiasts out there we can tell you that an official Apple keynote streaming video is available now.

We’ve brought you news on iOS 5.0, Mac OS X, iTunes in the Cloud, Apple’s new iCloud service and also the fact that there was no announcement for the next iPhone as many had hoped for, although we had told how it was against all the odds. There’s nothing quite like seeing Steve Jobs in action though and if you check out this Apple page here you’ll be able to watch the keynote, all glorious 2 hours of it to be precise. If you want to watch the video you’ll need Safari 4 or 5 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Safari on iOS 3 or later, or QuickTime 7 on Windows.

If you’d rather read details of a live blog then head to this Engadget link here, or for Engadget’s live post-WWDC keynote broadcast video check out this link for post-analysis from outside the Moscone Center, where you can now see a saved version.

What are your thoughts on what you’ve heard from WWDC so far? Will you be taking advantage of the streaming video on the Apple site? Let us know by sending us your comments.