Apple has released a cached streamed of yesterday's Let's Rock Apple Special Event where Steve Jobs introduced iTunes 8 and a raft of new iPods.
I'm watching it now on Wednesday morning and it's streaming smoothly which is an improvement over other recent keynotes and events, which often suffered from audio cut outs or choppy video. Whether it's yesterday's QuickTime 7.5.5 Update
doing its magic or a fatter pipe, it's
clearer and that's a good thing™. [Continue reading]
Also, if you prefer to have a copy of Steve's dog-n-pony shows stored locally (ie so you can carry 'em around on an iPod or watch 'em via Apple TV), then by all means download yesterday's Apple Special Event, September 2008 as a podcast.
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