Steve Jobs AllThingsD interviews now available on iTunes

You can catch up on videos of the late Apple leader's candid comments at the annual All Things Digital conference going as far back as 2003.

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A treasure trove of Steve Jobs interviews can now be found for free via iTunes.

The late Apple co-founder was a frequent guest at the yearly All Things Digital conference where he wasn't shy about answering questions or offering his opinions on Apple products and the tech industry. Six different videos are now available of those famous appearances, courtesy of iTunes.

At the first AllThingsD conference in 2003, Jobs reflected on his return to Apple after having launched Next. The 2004 appearance shed some light on the success of iTunes and the new iPod. In 2005, Jobs talked about the future of mobile devices.

The iPhone was the topic of conversation in 2007. But Jobs also shared the stage with Bill Gates where the two engaged in an open and frank conversation with each other. And Jobs' final AllThingsD interview in 2010 centered on the iPad, among other topics.

The videos range from 45 minutes to 90 minutes, so there's plenty of Steve Jobs to go around.

Collectively, they provide an insightful and unscripted portrait of the man, and are worth viewing by anyone intrigued by Jobs, Apple, or the tech industry in general.

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