The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
1 hour, 3 minutes
Yerba Beuna Center
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
A standard definition version is available on YouTube.
60 million iPods sold so far, with a 75.6% market share in the United States
There are over 3000 accessories, and shows a photo of a toilet paper holder dock
Shows a quote from the CEO of Foot Locker about the Nike + iPod kit, which has sold 450,000
Announces a new iPod, with a brighter screen, larger battery, new headphones, gapless playback, and games
The new iPod comes in 30 and 80 GB sizes, and starts at $249, available today
Announces a redesigned iPod nano, with a larger battery, gapless playback, and the anodized aluminum case comes in five colors
Available at 2, 4 and 8 GB sizes, the iPod nano is available today starting at $149
Shows off some new accessories: a smaller charger, armband, and lanyard
We Made an Ad
Apple has sold 10 million iPod Shuffles
Introduces a new smaller and more wearable iPod Shuffle
The single 1 GB model comes with a dock for $79 and ships in October
iTunes has sold 1.5 billion songs, giving it a market share of 88% legal United States music downloads, and positioning it as the #5 music retailer in the U.S.
iTunes is #1 in all other 21 countries it operates in
Introduces iTunes 7, with a cleaner source list and new views
The number of television shows for sale has grown from 5 to 220, and 45 million episodes have been downloaded
Mentions that the NFL Network is making their game highlights available on iTunes
Television shows will now be downloaded at 640 x 480
Opens up the ability to transfer content between authorized computers using an iPod
Does a demo of iTunes 7
iTunes 7 is available to download today
One More Thing...
Says they are going to start with 75 films from Walt Disney, Pixar, Touchstone, and Miramax studios
Pricing will be $12.99 for new releases during their first week, and $14.99 afterwards, with catalog titles costing $9.99
Does a demo of movies in iTunes
Third Party Appearance
Disney's Bob Iger
Recaps the day's announcements
One Last Thing...
Will give us a sneak peak at an upcoming product coming in first quarter of 2007
Says there's a missing box needed to supply these new movie downloads to a television, and that the iTV is that box
Does a demo of the iTV
Pretty Decent Joke
"We can actually watch podcasts on our big screen television. These...sometimes have a large dynamic range of professionalism."
Will cost $299 when it comes out
Highlights that Apple is now in your den, living room, car and pocket, and that should indicate where Apple is going
One More Thing...