Apple September 1 Event Available As Video Now

Posted: Sep 2 2010, 10:38am CDT | by , in News | Apple


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Apple has streamed yesterday's keynote of Steve Jobs live. If you missed it you can watch it now.

Apple has for the first time in years broadcasting a media event live over the internet. They used a new protocol called HTTP Live Streaming that only works on Apple devices so far. It was working pretty good. I had a couple of jitters, but they went away after a short period of time.
Apple's Steve Jobs unveiled the already traditional fall music event a new iPod nano, new iPod touch, new iPod shuffle, new Apple TV and new iTunes 10 with Ping social networking.

The highlights are the new iPod nano with touchscreen and the new $99 Apple TV. If you missed the September 1 keynote you can watch the whole show now on the Apple site again. To get the details of all the new announcements visit our all new Apple Hub.

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