Apple’s QuickTime stream of Steve Jobs special event now live

Apple has now posted a QuickTime stream of the “It’s Showtime” Special Event.

Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs deliver today’s special announcements from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco.

The video-on-demand event, exclusively in QuickTime and MPEG-4, here.

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11 Comments

  1. Dual Quad is my machine.

    Intel is selling the Clovertowns at $1000 each, in quantity of course. Retail will be considerably higher.

    And you’ll need two to upgrade the Mac Pro, of course you can sell the used Xeons.

    Apple will release the Dual Quads eventually, they wil be pricey, but jesus, when will the next time you’ll need to upgrade? 2010? 2012?

    The problem Mac’s have is not the processors, but the goddam slow hard drives.

    And the WORST THING? the HEAT !! The AWFUL HEAT …. – brian may of Queen

    brianmay.com

  2. to 8 core monster….

    The point is that you can buy a cheaper 2.66 and swap in 3.0Ghz CPU’s and it will become 3.0 Ghz computer. In addition, you can put in 2 quad cores and it will work.

    This is big news, since in the past, upgrading was not this easy. Also, regarding the heat issue, the CPU’s of the Quad cores run slower than the Dual cores… And the fans in the Mac Pro are not taxed as they were in the G5

    The Quads will be expensive now, but in a few years they will be cheaper, and you can upgrade your computer much easier now.

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