It’s been an awfully big day for Apple fans. Earlier this afternoon during their WWDC 2012 keynote, Apple unveiled a slew of amazing new products, including updates to the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, an all-new retina display MacBook Pro, iOS 6, and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
For those of you who were able, there were several ways to take in this year’s keynote. You could follow one of several live blogs, or you could follow the not-exactly-HD Ustream broadcast. What you could not do, however, is watch a live stream of the event from Apple. Nevertheless, Apple did record the event. If you missed it, you can now watch it on Apple’s website. Shortly after the keynote ended they posted the full-length video, which you can see here.
Not so fast, though. If you’re not using Safari on your Mac or Quicktime on Windows, you’re gonna have a bad time. According to Apple, streaming only works if you’re using Safari 4 or 5 on your Mac, mobile Safari on iOS 3 and up, or Quicktime 7 on Windows:
So, if our WWDC 2012 keynote coverage doesn’t manage to scratch the itch, now you can check out the video for yourself. Assuming you’re using an Apple-approved browser, of course.