Steve Jobs keynotes were often punctuated by memorables “One More Thing…” moments in a manner similar to Peter Falk’s Columbo character.
Steve typically feigned some concluding remarks, turned as if to make a false exit from the stage, then turned back to say “but there’s one more thing“. Steve must have loved it so much since he used it 31 times during his tenure at Apple! Read More
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The keynote started as a rehash of MacWorld NY but became suddenly interesting with the unveiling of Power Mac G4.
00:00. Update on Apple
02:13. QuickTime TV & demo
16:42. OS 9 features
22:27. OS 9 demo (Voice login, Sherlock 2, Apple Script)
32:29. Products reviews (45:29. AirPort TV ad)
46:39. PowerPC G4 introduction
56:18. Power Mac G4 introduction & demo
1:09:05. Richard Crandall demo (SETI at home)
1:17:05. Mars Pathfinder demo
1:19:10. Adobe CEO John Warnock
1:20:45. Power Mac G4 TV ad
1:23:21. ONE MORE THING… Apple Cinema Display
Date: August 3, 1999
Location: Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco
Steve was 44 years old.
Steve Jobs launched Mac OS 9 before announcing a new iMac with DVD… and iMovie.
00:46. Remembering Akio Morita, the late founder of Sony
01:30. OS 9 review
07:25. OS 9 demo (Sherlock 2, Keychain, automatic software update) Read More
An all-software keynote geared towards the Future where Steve Jobs revealed OS X, iTools and a new CEO.
00:00. Update on Apple & Products
13:41. New Think Different heroes
15:00. New iMac TV ads Read More
Hardware focused keynote where Steve Jobs introduced the G4 Cube, new Power Mac G4, new iMacs and more. Read More
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