There’s no bigger date on the Mac calendar than Steve Jobs’ annual keynote at Macworld Expo, and this year is no exception. On Tuesday, the Apple CEO used his two-hour address to Expo attendees to introduce two new products—Apple TV and the iPhone.
In this special edition of the Macworld Podcast, we get the details about these new products straight from the horse’s mouth. We’ve got audio highlights from Jobs’ Expo keynote, focusing on the Apple TV and iPhone announcements.
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We’ve got news reports on both Apple TV and iPhone, as well as other news from Jobs’ keynote, including the addition of Paramount movies to the iTunes Store and Apple’s decision to drop the word “Computer” from the company name.
We’ve also got coverage of the news that didn’t rate a mention in Steve Jobs’ keynote—namely, the release of a new 802.11n-based AirPort base station and information on newer Macs’ support for 802.11n.
If you’re looking for keynote commentary, sample the dueling perspectives of Macworld ’s Jason Snell and Rob Griffiths.
And visit our Expo news page for all the latest reports to come out of Expo.
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