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Apple Posts MacBook, Display Event Video

Apple Posts MacBook, Display Event Video

by , 7:55 AM EDT, October 15th, 2008

Even if you weren't one of the people on Apple's invite list for Tuesday's "spotlight on notebooks" media event, you can still watch what happened now that the Cupertino company has posted a QuickTime video of the presentation.


Steve Jobs talks MacBooks in Cupertino

The media event featured CEO Steve Jobs, COO Tim Cook, design vice president Jony Ive, and product marketing vice president Phil Schiller showing off Apple's newest laptop models. Mr. Jobs used the presentation to introduce a redesigned MacBook Pro, metal-skinned MacBook, updated MacBook Air, and new 24-inch LED backlit Cinema Display designed just for the new laptops.

The video requires QuickTime, and is available in standard and HD formats at the Apple Web site.

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