Whenever Steve Jobs takes to the stage to announce new products from Apple, a Macworld Podcast isn’t too far behind. Wednesday is no exception—with Steve Jobs appearing before the press in San Francisco to announce revamped iPods, an Wi-Fi version of the iTunes Store, a customizable ringtones feature for the iPhone, and an iPhone price cut, we gather together a handful of Macworld editors to reflect on the day’s events.
I’m joined by senior news editor Jonathan Seff and senior editors Dan Frakes and Christopher Breen, as we go down the list of Apple announcements and share out thoughts about each one.
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You can find all of our coverage on our Apple event topic page, but we’ve got individual stories on each of Wednesday’s announcements, including:
- The custom ringtone maker coming to iTunes;
- the changes to the iPod line, including the iPhone-like iPod touch;
- the new iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store service; and
- Apple’s iPhone price cut.
Be sure to check out photos from today’s event shot by senior features editor Kelly Turner.