If you weren't able to watch the opening of WWDC 2014 live today, Apple has you covered. The company has posted the full two-hour event on its site, featuring every announcement made by Tim Cook and his fellow executives. Watch it to see what's coming later this year in Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, iOS 8, and the new developer tools that Apple unveiled today — including a brand-new programming language called Swift. If you're short on time, you can check out the 22 most important things Apple announced at WWDC right here on The Verge. But for the full experience, head on over to Apple, or just check out the YouTube embed below.
Update June 3rd, 8:55PM ET: added link to the keynote video on YouTube.