Today marks the 10th anniversary of the historic keynote where Steve Jobs introduced the iTunes Store, then called iTunes Music Store. It changed forever the way people get their music.
In 2003, the shift to digital music was already started, but no existing solutions were compelling enough for users to drop their CDs and pay for mp3s. It was a complex world of digital right management and limited online music portfolios. It sucked – but not for long. Read More
Over the past 30 years, many great things came out of Cupertino and most of them were introduced with fanfare by Steve Jobs. But which announcements were the most important? Which ones shook the world?
I did my research and created a video showing Apple’s Top 10 keynote announcements in all their glory. I couldn’t decide which one was more important, so I’ve listed them in chronological order.
Can you guess which they are? Read More
Historic keynote in which Steve Jobs introduced the iTunes Music Store, changing forever the way people get their music.
When Steve Jobs announced the iTunes Music Store, the shift to digital music was already started. But no existing solutions were compelling enough for users to drop their music CDs in favor of mp3s. It was a complex world of Digital Right Management and small online music portfolios. It sucked.
At the first All Things D, Steve Jobs spoke mainly of iPod and music and demoed the recently launch iTunes Music Store.
00:00. Personal computers, Then, now and in he future
05:30. Mac market share
07:25. Tablets Read More
Steve Jobs unveiled a version of iTunes for Windows and cemented Apple’s dominance in the digital music market.
00:00. Update on iPod & new features
04:15. iPod TV ads (silhouette campaign)
05:01. iTunes Music Store review Read More
Steve Jobs spoke mainly music and introduced Airport Express which allows to stream music from a computer to a stereo system.
00:00. Digital music & the Industry
05:25. Apple more than a computer maker
12:20. Retail Stores Read More
The biggest story in digital music got even bigger when Steve Jobs introduced the iTunes Music Store to the U.K., Germany and France. Read More