Apple Posts September iPod Event Video

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Apple posted a video of its September music and iPod medie event on Thursday, giving people another chance to see the introduction of the latest iPods, iTunes 10 and the second generation Apple TV.

Steve Jobs at Apple’s music event

Apple used the event to unveil a new iPod shuffle that brings back button controls, a multi-touch interface iPod nano, a new iPod touch with cameras and FaceTime support, iTunes 10, and the Ping social network service. Company CEO Steve Jobs also showed off iOS 4.1 and 4.2, and more.

The September medie event video is available in QuickTime format at the Apple Web site.

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Comments

vasic

Those who don’t have Snow Leopard, or an iOS device, can now see this thing. I wonder how many did actually watch it live yesterday, since the number of devices capable of watching it isn’t all that great.

brandon

in response to “Those who don?t have Snow Leopard, or an iOS device, can now see this thing. I wonder how many did actually watch it live yesterday, since the number of devices capable of watching it isn?t all that great.”

Maybe you are unaware of how many “capable” devices are in the market.  Every Mac (roughly 4-5% of the desktop computer market and near 10% laptop market); every iOS device (ipod touch, iphone and ipad) which according to apple is roughly 120 MILLION devices.

Who knows how many people watched the stream, but you cannot claim there is any lack of devices capable of watching it.

vasic

When the numbers are put into perspective (the number of Windows desktops, plus those other smartphones without Safari, plus Macs without Snow Leopard), and those numbers become less than great.

Regardless, I’d be really curious to find out how many did actually watch. I know it is impossible to figure out, but it would be even more interesting to find out how many wanted to watch but couldn’t (due to system requirements).

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