Too Lazy To Watch The WWDC 2014 Keynote? Check Out This Song Instead


Are you too pressed for time to watch all 130 minutes and 52 seconds of Apple’s WWDC 2014 Keynote? Or just occupied lovingly stroking your Nexus 7?

Don’t worry–musician Jonathan Mann has got you covered with a catchy song that pithily sums up all of the most important points from the speech, from the replacement of Objective C with Swift to Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi’s chainsaw haircut, and Tim Cook’s description of Android fragmentation as “a toxic hellstew of vulnerabilities.”

If “beautiful buttery scrolling” as spoken in Federighi’s dulcet tones and remixed by Mann gets stuck in your head, one of our writers suggests curing your ear worm with this track on Spotify.