Speech of Jobs in QuickTime format
Apple released the recording of the Steve Jobs keynote tonight.
Curiously and in an original way compared to the past, there are two films: one that includes the whole introductory speech and one that is limited to the part with which Jobs introduces the iPhone. The decision to break the video into two is the testimony of the importance that Cupertino assigns to the product.
Thanks to the two-part division, you can immediately access the moment when Jobs talks about the phone and demonstrates its basic functions and interface, leaving aside the time when Apple TV is presented and when iTunes data is provided.
To have access to Video On Demand, as Apple calls it a bit pompously, QuickTime must be available. The resolution is optimized depending on the connection speed.