You’ve already read the
play-by-play coverage and seen the
rest of the coverage of Tuesday’s “It’s Showtime” event. Now Apple has posted
a QuickTime Webcast so you can watch the event yourself.
Held on Tuesday morning in San Francisco, the event featured Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who introduced new iPods, iPod nanos and iPod shuffles, a major new release of iTunes, and the rebadged iTunes Store, which now resells movies and games for the iPod.
Jobs also gave a special sneak peek of a product code-named “iTV,” a flat, square box that enables your Mac to interface with a TV so you can play back movies, videos and other QuickTime-based content.
The webcast is available in QuickTime and MPEG-4 format.