Apple Rock and Roll event now on QuickTime

You’ve seen our coverage of Wednesday’s Apple Event, now you can check it out for yourself. Apple has posted a QuickTime video of the event.

On Wednesday Apple , introducing new iPod touch, iPod nano, iPod classic, and iPod shuffle products. It also introduced iTunes 9, a major new version of its music jukebox and media download software. The iTunes Store got an overhaul, and Apple introduced “iTunes LP” and “iTunes Extra,” a play to make it more appealing for consumers to spend a few extra dollars on additional content from their favorite artists and movies.

Of course, one sweet moment for Apple enthusiasts was the return of Steve Jobs, making his first appearance at an Apple event since last year. Jobs has returned to helm Apple after recovering from surgery following a liver transplantation earlier this year.

Check out the video — it’s available for QuickTime users in MPEG-4 video format.

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