The promised video-on-demand archive of the Steve Jobs keynote address from
Macworld Expo in Tokyo
has been posted some 24 hours after it happened following a series of Web page postings.
Apple keynote page
is a video-on-demand archive running approximately an hour and 45 minutes covering Jobs’ recap of many topics first announced in his keynote over a month ago from Expo in San Francisco. In addition, Jobs announced new iMacs systems, a new Cube system, discounted Cube pricing, and a new Mac-exclusive graphics card from Nvidia.
The final release of the keynote video stream comes after a series of confusing posts by Apple
beginning last Friday, when MacCentral readers found a Web page posted on Apple’s servers confirming the address from Tokyo’s Makuhari Messe Event Hall. Within hours, the page had been removed, but was
with little fanfare and a change from a live stream to a stream-delayed archive. It wasn’t until late Thursday that the actual video was available and linked to from various other popular Apple Web sites.