Gil Amelio, Apple’s CEO, botched the whole event, effectively ruining Steve Jobs’ comeback moment. Steve was consultant at the time.
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00:00. Future of Mac OS (Gil Amelio)
07:00. OPENStep / Yellow box (Steve Jobs)
20:50. Demo (Steve Jobs) Read More
The Microsoft Deal – Macworld Boston (1997)
Historic Keynote. Steve Jobs announces a partnership with Microsoft and hinted to the Think Different campaign.
05:40. Status Report
10:37. New Board of Directors
18:49. Target markets & core assets Read More
Apple Online Store introduction – Macworld SF (1998)
Rare footage of MacWorld SF where iCEO Steve Jobs brings no new products… but that Apple is starting its resurgence.
00:00. Updates on Apple
05:45. Apple Store within a Store
09:10. Apple (online) Store Read More
OS 8.5 preview – Macworld NY (1998)
Steve didn’t announce anything new at MacWorld NY rehashing most of WWDC’s content.
06:46. Update on Apple aka Apple hierarchy of skepticism
22:37. Updates on iMac
34:05. iMac promo video feat. Jonathan Ive WITH hair (34:42) Read More
Rainbow iMac & Power Mac G3 introduction – Macworld SF (1999)
GREAT Keynote. Steve Jobs introduced a redesigned Power Mac G3, colored iMacs, FireWire and Mac OS X Server.
04:24. HAL 9000 ad
07:35. Power Mac G3 demo with Phil Schiller Read More
Steve Jobs keynote – Macworld Tokyo (1999)
Macworld Tokyo was basically a rewrite of Macworld San Francisco’s keynote six weeks earlier.
1:51: Power Mac G3
27:23. Back to Power Mac G3
30:45. Power Mac G3 video
35:06. iMac & colored iMacs
43:30. New Microsoft software with Ben Waldman
57:40. Games & Grand Turismo demo
1:05:20. Mac OS X Server
1:09:45. Apple (online) Store opens in Japan
1:10:15. FAIL: Demo where 50 iMacs fail to run from Mac OS X server…
Date: February 21, 1999
Location: Makuhari Messe, Tokyo
Steve Jobs was 43 years old.
Original iBook, AirPort & HALO introduction – Macworld NY (1999)
Say hello to Apple’s newest laptop, a candy-colored clamshell book with an handle and wireless networking.
00:00. Noah Wyle, star of “Pirates of Silicon Valley” impersonates Steve
03:08. Update on Apple
07:18. QuickTime TV & demo