We made a Steve Jobs supercut for Apple's 40th birthday
Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone.
We are opening 25 Apple-owned retail stores across the U.S.
this calendar year 2001.
This is what Quicksilver looks like.
And Quicksilver is going to come in three models.
They are all very fast.
What is iPod?
Well, I happen to have one right here in pocket.
[LAUGHTER] There it is, right there.
[APPLAUSE] Rather talk about the future, and this is an amazing device now, with five gigs, that fits in your pocket.
And, for many customers, that's enough to have their whole digital music library today We redesigned, fundamentally the entire product.
The cables, the connectors.
Yeah, even the connectors are translucent.
You should either go with your code name like we did with the Mac.
Or you should pick a real name quite a bit different than your code name.
So so I'll probably stumble and call this iTV five times today by mistake.
So the teenage effects are really great.
I'm gonna pick bulge here.
And it's a stunner.
The new wide iPod And yes, it does video.
And we'd like to show it to you today for the first time.
And we call it, the iPad.
Are you getting it?
These are not.
Three separate devices.
This is one device.
And we are calling it iPhone.
Go ahead and turn it on.
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