RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif.--Although CNEThere last night in our live blog, there's really no substitute for hearing it straight from the horse's mouth.
Thankfully, the folks at D: All Things Digital have offered up some embeddable video, which we have included below. (And for those who just want a recap, feel free to check out my.)
One of the more interesting things Jobs had to say was that Apple was working on a tablet before a phone, even though it ultimately decided to release the iPhone before the iPad.
Here's that clip:
Jobs also talked in some detail about his thoughts on Flash and its, with the Apple CEO saying his company hadn't been looking for a fight.
I also was interested to hear what Jobs had to say on Apple's competition with Google:
Next, here's what Jobs had to say on the saga of the:
Asked why it can still be difficult to make a phone call on the iPhone, here's what Steve Jobs had to say:
And finally, this is Jobs on Apple TV and its "hobby" status:
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