Ok for those of you who have been living under a rock for the last couple of days we pulled together every story that was posted here on Gizmodo covering the Apple Showtime event. I'm talking everything from Brian Lam having to pee all the way to the new product pr0n, now jump & enjoy!
I finally pieced it together.
Two things, I promised we'd revisit yesterday's best guesses at what Steve Jobs would announce today. We were right!
Kinda. The lowdown, after the jump.
Apple made four releases and one announcement in San Francisco today, as you probably saw if you visited Gizmodo at all in the last 12 hours. Here's a roundup of all the stuff that went down in San Francisco.
We bet at even odds that there would be a new widescreen Video iPod. But we were burned. Again. Sigh...
The iTV set was by far the shining star of the show, hounded by fat, balding, geek paparazzi. The little set top box iTV looks like a half height Mac Mini with the sole purpose of streaming media to a livingroom TV. This is what is known to PC-doods as a Media Center Extender.
After the main event, we were ushered to a back room where the new stuff was on display. We got to play with the pretty little second gen iPod Nano, and even got her to pose for some glamour shots.
It's over! Thanks for tuning in. To read all our coverage in one place, click over to the Showtime tag page. Wrapup coming soon. Peace!
Steve's rolled out John Legend on a stage to play a song for all of us. Personally I would have preferred the iPhone.
Steve, you're making me crazy!
Keep refreshing this post! We're live-updating as this announcement goes.
The photo library scrolls in 3d, like cover flow.
For the livingroom streaming of movies. Jump for the port-shot.
Bob Iger, the Disney CEO, is up there talking about their four movie companies, Disney, Touchstone, Miramax and Pixar, are going to put their movies on iTunes Movies. Big speech about how movies are great, not much new here.
All three iPods lines have been updated, iTunes 7 has been updated, and the iTunes Movie store is here...
We reported some hard hitting journalism a few minutes ago. You know, Steve is wearing a black shirt instead of a t shirt or turtleneck. Ooh!
When I look around, everyone is shifting uncomfortably in their seats. It was hot outside, and well, all the journalists drank a lot of water. I don't know if I can hold it.
Apple Movie store, $12.99 for the first week, $14.99, for new movies.