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Yesterday’s WWDC Keynote was, in my opinion, the best WWDC Keynote ever. In fact, it was their best presentation since Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone in 2007. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch it right here.

Craig Federighi:

I’ll tell you, you just have not had chili by the campfire until you’ve eaten it with Jony’s custom-crafted al-u-min-e-um spoons. It’s the diamond cut chamfered edges that really make the experience.

The Keynote was a lot of fun, had very little Tim Cook, and just enough humor for the mostly geeky crowd. I’d say the only place it almost lost its momentum was when Cook came back on stage at the end. He completely killed the momentum Federighi had built up. But over all, it was the best one yet.