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Old keynotes from Apple?


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I was wondering if there is a way to get to older keynotes on Apple's website. I wanted to find the one from the iOS4 announcement. Thanks.

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I don't know if you can on their website, but you can through the iTunes store. Go to the podcast section and search for Apple. There is one called Apple Keynotes. You can Download individual ones and/or subscribe. You do not have to subscribe to download them.
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