Apple posts 'One More Thing' event video
Access was limited to Apple’s “One More Thing” press event, which took place in San Jose, Calif. on Wednesday morning. But now you can watch what happened for yourself: Apple has made available a video of the event, which can be viewed using Quicktime from Apple’s Web site.
The event was hosted by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who introduced the event by announcing, “Like every great classic story, I’ve divided it into three acts.”
During the hour-plus long event, Jobs introduced a new version of the iMac G5, with built-in iSight webcam and a remote control that enables users to easily view and navigate music, movies and videos. He also introduced a new color iPod, available in white and black exteriors, which can play music videos and television shows you can download from the iTunes Music Store. And, dovetailing with that announcement, Jobs also introduced iTunes 6 — a new version of the popular music jukebox software for Macs and PCs.