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Gallery: The 9/9/9 Apple event

Apple has done it again. The company has again created tremendous speculation and wild rumors by keeping facts to a minimum and people in the dark about what it will announce at its 9/9/9 event.
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Apple has done it again. The company has again created tremendous speculation and wild rumors by keeping facts to a minimum and people in the dark about what it will announce at its 9/9/9 event.

?The outside of the Yerba Buena center in San Francisco has been adorned with Apple's iPod graphics - perhaps foretelling new iPod models.

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The crowd awaits Apple news inside the Yerba Buena center in San Francisco.

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Steve Jobs is back - and the crowd goes wild. He first announces some bug fixes and new features for iPhone OS 3.1.<

Watch the video of his return.

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Steve Jobs announces iPhone OS 3.1.

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Apple releases iTunes 9 that Steve Jobs says is cleaner and easier to navigate. Home Sharing will let you copy songs to as many as five computers in your home. The iTunes store also gets a new look and a new feature iTunes LP which gives extras such as art, videos and liner notes.

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Here, Dave Matthews lyrics with album view on iTunes 9.

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Jobs shows how popular the iPhone is internationally. He gives the stage to Phil Schiller to talk about the iPod and iPod Touch.

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Schiller touts the size and portability of the iPhone and iPod Touch as compared to Dell.

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Is the iPhone a cell phone or a gaming platform? Phil Schiller shows off the numbers.Credit: Stephen Shankland/CNET
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Travis Boatman from Electronic Arts shows off controls for Madden NFL 10 which is coming to the App Store for the first time.

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And one more thing...Jobs says there will be a video camera in the back of every iPod nano. Plus, a mic and a speaker inside. The nano will come in a variety of colors: pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, silver, black. The 8GB model will cost $159 and the 16GB version will go for $179, starting today.

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Steve Jobs shows off the iPod nano with video.

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Prices and storage for the iPod Touch.

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The iPod comes in more colors and begins at $79.

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The new iPod colors.

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The show closed with two songs from Norah Jones. Rumors had the crowd expecting a Beatle.

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