Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

Summary: Watch key moments from Steve Jobs' speeches since he returned to Apple in 1997.

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  • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

    Alas, I can't watch a video of Apple successes from my (flash-less) iPad 2! Ironic to say the least.
    smithrg
    • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

      @smithrg best comment ever
      eLearner
    • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

      @smithrg

      The fact that zdnet is falling behind by not implementing html5 is hardly a fault in the iPad 2. Even Adobe is aware that Flash is dying.

      BTW a little respect for Steve rather than bashing a product might be in order
      mjpwall@...
  • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

    Steve Jobs = Tony Stark?
    eLearner
  • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

    "One of the best things that we have ever made"

    The product was made, and a a lot of the design was no doubt carried out by Chinese manufacturers. To what extent is Apple a front for such superb manufacturers. Systems, such as iTunes sure...but more and more Apple seems to be relying on the wow of superb piece of Chinese hardware. And presumably, like Lenovo, these hardware manufactures will one day brand their hardware themselves. And Afaik, nothing like it is made in the USA.
    nospam@...
    • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

      @nospam@...

      The design of the products is done by apple, otherwise these chineese manufacturers would have been first to market.

      get a grip
      mjpwall@...
    • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

      @nospam@... <br><br>Nothing comes into being without first being innovated. Innovation is the source of all value. Apple has done its share of technological innovation, and so have many others. So far, most of them don't reside in China. In fact, who do you think taught the superb manufacturers in China how to BE superb manufacturers...the communists who required parents to drown their baby girls?<br><br>Calling Apple "a front for such...manufacturers" is exactly backwards. Yes--the nuts-and-bolts guys that Apple hires to build their designs do a terrific job, but without Apple's ideas, they would have nothing to build.
      slingzenarrowzuvowtrayjissforchin
  • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

    So sad watching him decay from year to year after he had surgery. I'm no Apple fan and not really a Steve fan 100%, but whatever your tech of choice, you still have to feel for the guy. He was special and will be missed.
    goombawa
    • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

      @goombawa ditto although I'm an Apple and Jobs fan.
      marcomar
    • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

      @goombawa what you have to admire is the fact that he changed the tech world not once, but twice. First was in 1984 with the introduction of Mac OS, and then again in 2007 with the iPhone. The first was copied by Microsoft, and the latter was copied by Android. So no matter what your feelings about Apple are, recognize the changes the company brought to everyones lives.
      Rick_Kl
  • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage @ iTunes

    What is he talking about. iTunes is NOT the same on Windows. Heavy on both memory and cpu, unnecessary processes and services running, and annoying updating software. All of these are hard to get rid of, if you want to be still using iTunes, because people do, otherwise you can't put music on your iPod. With any other normal mp3-player you connect to Windows will be able to transfer all the stuff through the filemanager, Explorer.

    They sure didn't know how to develop a proper program for a Windows computer.
    snsgn
  • RE: Apple's Steve Jobs: Magic moments on stage

    I can't watch it either on a Powerbook G4! Steve, what have you done?
    guitarman1