Apple posts video of iPhone 5 introduction

Video shows off new iPod Touch, discusses the iTunes revamp, and closes with the Foo Fighters concert.

Apple CEO Tim Cook and the newly unveiled iPhone 5. James Martin/CNET

You've read the reports with rapt attention and scrolled through the images -- now you have a chance to see the debut of the iPhone 5 as the audience saw it this morning.

Apple has posted the video of the unveiling of its much-anticipated next-generation smartphone to its Web site. The video shows Apple CEO Tim Cook taking the wraps off the new iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod Nano, and ear buds as well as detailing the iTunes revamp.

If you are more of a Foo Fighters fan than Apple fanboy, fast forward to 1 hour 42 minutes into the video for the concert that closed the event.

See CNET's full coverage of Apple's iPhone 5 event

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