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This Day in History: Steve Jobs introduces the iTunes Store (April 28, 2003)

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

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Original iPod introduction – Apple Special Event (2001)


Landmark event in which Steve Jobs introduced the original iPod, spearheading a new era in consumer electronic. Read More

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iTunes & PowerBook G4 Titanium introduction – Macworld SF (2001)


Steve Jobs starts Apple’s digital hub era with the introduction of iTunes and iDVD. Read More

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Psychedelic iMacs introduction – Macworld Tokyo (2001)

In mostly a rehash of Macworld SF ’01, ‘Business Suit’ Steve did show something new, psychedelic iMacs.

HIGHLIGHTS:
00:45. OS X overview & demo
16:00. Maya demo
22:45. PowerBook G4 Titanium overview & ad Read More

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Sunflower iMac & iPhoto introduction – Macworld SF (2002)


Macworld San Francisco was an entertaining keynote and worth the watch. Steve Jobs introduced a totally new design for the iMac (Sunflower iMac), updated the iBook and introduced a new application for its digital hub strategy: iPhoto (version 1.0). Read More

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OS X Jaguar, .Mac & iPod for Windows introduction – Macworld NY (2002)


A milestone event. Steve Jobs introduced OS X Jaguar with several new apps and iPod became available for the rest of the world. Read More

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iTunes Music Store Introduction – Apple Special Event (2003)


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.
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