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Apple postpones iDVD 2 launch

Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs said Tuesday that iDVD 2 software for Mac OS X will come out in early November. The software, which allows QuickTime movies and digital photos to be burned onto DVDs, was originally supposed to ship in September. In September, the company said iDVD 2 would ship in October.

Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs said Tuesday that iDVD 2 software for Mac OS X will come out in early November. The software, which allows QuickTime movies and digital photos to be burned onto DVDs, was originally supposed to ship in September. In September, the company said iDVD 2 would ship in October.