For those of you who have been living under a rock for the past few hours, Apple had a number of things to announce on the first day of WWDC 2014. And in case you weren't paying attention to our liveblog from Moscone West, or able to keep up with the livestream, there's now archived footage of the event for you to watch (update: also posted to YouTube, and embedded after the break). The presentation was kicked off by CEO Tim Cook, though it was Craig Federighi, Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, who led the charge most of the way -- so much so that his boss referred to him as "Superman" during the keynote. Once you press play on the 118-minute video, expect to see anything from the unveiling of OS X Yosemite to the revelation of iOS 8 -- plus a lot, a lot more.
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