When Steve Jobs takes to a stage to unveil new products, it’s a safe bet that a bevy of Macworld editors will be on hand. That was certainly the case Wednesday, as Apple took the wraps off a video-playing iPod, an overhauled iMac, and a brand new version of the iTunes music player. And in this special episode of the Macworld Podcast, we’ve got all the details.
This 25-minute episode features highlights from Steve Jobs’ presentation to reporters, as well as a round-table discussion of Apple’s latest products, featuring Editorial Director Jason Snell, Senior News Editor Jonathan Seff, and Macworld.com News Editor Jim Dalrymple.
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In addition to news coverage of all these product announcements, we’ve got analysis, including Christopher Breen’s first impressions of the video iPod and a look at how Apple’s video strategy matches its initial efforts with online music downlaods. You’ll find the sample vodcast mentioned by Jason Snell here.
Also, you can watch a video Steve Jobs’s keynote address through the Apple Web site.
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