Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ Macworld bloopers video

Even Steve Jobs slips up from time to time.

Watch a compilation of Steve Jobs’ and others’ Macworld Expo Keynote Presentation bloopers over recent years here.

MacDailyNews Take: Some funny stuff, many of which we witnessed firsthand. One of the very best we experienced in person was Jobs tossing the digital camera that wouldn’t work off the front of the stage. Ah, the memories!

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  1. another Widget moment: during the Intel announcement keynote, before he actually announced the switch, Steve opened up Dashboard and one of the news Widgets (Bloomberg?) had as its lead story that Apple was switching to Intel chips.

    Steve quickly scrolled down a little to other stories and quipped something like “never mind that”

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