The Apple Events podcast is home to the latest keynote addresses. Watch announcements of new products and services and browse the archive of past events to relive revolutionary moments in the history of personal technology.
- Apple WWDC 2020 Keynote
Apple WWDC 2020 Keynote
Introducing the all-new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 and the entirely reimagined macOS Big Sur. Each massive update transforms the experience of using your favorite devices, giving you the power to do more of the things you love like never before.
- Introducing Apple Events (video)
Introducing Apple Events (video)
The Apple Special Events podcast is home to the latest keynote addresses, hosted at the Steve Jobs Theater and other special venues. Watch announcements of new products and services and browse the archive of past events to relive revolutionary moments in the history of personal technology. Tap on the episode notes to find transcripts, translations, and more. Subscribe for free to be the first to receive new episodes from future events.
- Apple Event, September 2019
Apple Event, September 2019
See Apple CEO Tim Cook and team introduce Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, seventh-generation iPad, Apple Watch Series 5, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
- Apple WWDC 2019 Keynote Address
Apple WWDC 2019 Keynote Address
See Apple CEO Tim Cook and team unveil new operating systems for iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac — and a brand new OS for iPad. Also introducing the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR.
- Apple Special Event, March 2019
Apple Special Event, March 2019
See Apple CEO Tim Cook and team introduce Apple News+, Apple Card, Apple Arcade and Apple TV+.
- Apple Special Event, October 2018
Apple Special Event, October 2018
See Apple CEO Tim Cook and team introduce the new Mac mini, MacBook Air, iPad Pro with all-screen design, and second-generation Apple Pencil.
I’ve been watching Apple keynotes on YouTube for a while and have really enjoyed them. The only problem is YouTube is a somewhat unreliable place to watch them as the quality is questionable. I was very happy to find a reliable high-quality source of these keynotes.
I think that I underestimated the iPhone… It is true that it’s five year ahead any handheld device in the market.
I love to watch these episodes, especially the ones with Steve Jobs. It works great, no issues. But I do have one request. Can we go back much farther than 2007, please? I’ve seen every single one of these and would really like to watch all the older ones now. They don’t have to be in HD, I just want to see much more of Steve’s legendary keynotes.