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 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
During this interesting interview at All Things D3, Steve Jobs unveiled the new podcasting feature in the upcoming iTunes 4.9 and provided interesting insights about Pixar.
Steve also dismissed to notion of having videos capability on the iPod, less than five month later, Apple would introduce the iPod with video :) He would also be pressed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher to talk about Apple’s plan for a phone, to which he wouldn’t bulge. Luckily, Apple was at the time working on an iPhone but Steve wasn’t the one to leak information so easily. Read More
Steve Jobs talks about the soon to be released iPhone and previews YouTube on Apple TV.
00:00. Apple Inc.
02:14. Mac business
07:00. iPhone & mobile industry
11:46. Digital music
17:40. iPhone (keyboard, Why copycats won’t catchup, OS X)
26:01. Apple TV & YouTube demo
39:10. iTunes on Windows “Glass of ice water in Hell”
41:20. Video on potable devices
Date: May 30, 2007
Location: Carlsblad, California
Steve was 52 years old. More Insanely Great Videos & Info at http://everystevejobsvideo.com
MUST WATCH. Computer industry titans, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, talk about their lives as collaborators, rivals and the future of technology. Read More
Not long after the iPad introduction keynote, Steve Jobs answered Walt Mossberg’s questions about the iPad.
Date: January 27, 2010
Location: Apple Store, San Francisco
Steve was 54 years old.
In this incredibly sincere discussion, Steve Jobs tells about his values and thoughts on Apple and life. It’s a must watch. Read More