Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is a conference held annually in California to showcase Apple’s new software and technologies for developers, as well as offering hands-on labs and feedback sessions. WWDC 2008 conference is currently held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA from June 9 to June 13, 2008, and is the first WWDC conference that is sold out, signifying increasing popularity of iPhone platform.

Again, as with each year of WWDC, Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivered a keynote address that unveils iPhone 3G, the App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch, stable version of iPhone SDK, iPhone OS version 2.0, Mac OS X v10.6, MobileMe (replacement and rebranding from .Mac).

The keynote address by Steve Jobs on WWDC 2008 has been posted by Apple for online streaming video on-demand (VOD) webcast. The video clip is available exclusively in QuickTime and MPEG-4. To view the WWDC 2008 keynote webcast, go to, or download directly the video clip (low resolution) or (high quality resolution) (right click and choose Save Target/Link As).

The Steve Jobs WWDC Keynote Address webcast video is also embedded here.

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If you’re only interested in iPhone 3G, where 8G version is going to sell only for $199 and 16G at price tag of $299, check out the following CNet News video clip specifically about iPhone 3G.

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Update: Apple WWDC 2011 keynote address