Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced a new, totally revamped iBook at a special media-only event at the company’s Cupertino headquarters this past Tuesday. You’ve undoubtedly seen and read much of the coverage of the new introduction, but now you have the opportunity to see the event yourself.
MacCentral brought you info and pictures from the event, and Apple later released a QuickTime video showing off the new iBook.
But, of course, any presentation of Steve Jobs is worth watching — the man’s ability to pitch new products is legendary. Apple recognizes this, because the company has recently posted on its Web site a streaming QuickTime archive of Steve Jobs’ iBook introduction.
Jobs gives a lengthy presentation introducing the iBook. He outlines some of the iBook’s key features, makes comparisons to Dell and Compaq notebooks — including a direct hands-on comparison of Dell’s consumer-priced system against the new iBook. Included as part of the presentation is the same iBook presentation video we told you about last week. The whole presentation from start to finish is about 42 minutes.
Needless to say, you’ll need to have QuickTime installed on your computer in order to watch it.