Apple’s WWDC 2012 Special Event Now on YouTube for Some Leanback Action

Tim Cook and friends unveiled Apple’s new line of notebooks and operation systems on Monday at a closed press conference for WWDC 2012.  Unfortunately they never broadcast these briefings live, so fans have to resort to live blogs for up-to-date reports on what is happening at these shows.  Apple does eventually post them to their own site, but unless you want to stare at your computer screen for two hours it’s not an optimal way to view said event.

Luckily, Apple has just posted their WWDC 2012 presser on YouTube, so that means if you have a web enabled HDTV you can watch it using the Leanback mode built into YT’s TV apps.  Leanback basically lets you watch YouTube content as if it were an actual TV program – full screen, stereo sound, HD visuals, the works.  These days this is the only way to watch online content, so if you still haven’t seen Apple’s latest special event, then this may be the time to do so.  Check it out below and drool!  You’ve been wanting a new MBP…

Apple — Special Event — June 11, 2012

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