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- 14 million iPods sold in the last quarter.
- iTunes sold over 850 million songs. Market share 83%.
- Rose Bowl #1 iTunes video.
- Belushi in Samurai delicatessen and Blues Brothers on iPod.
- iPod FM tuner.
- Chrysler update: 40% shipped in 2006 have iPod integration.
- Wynton Marsalis promo.
- New widgets with 10.4.4 out today. New Google widget.
- iMovie update.
- iDVD update with wide screen capabilities.
- 'iWeb' [sic]. 'Increasingly a lot of us want to build a web site.'
- Shifting to Intel.
- Paul Otellini in clean room suit.
- Intel iMac ships today.
- Entire Stevenote run on Intel OS X.
- Apple 'pro' apps can be upgraded to Intel for $49 each.
- Five more years of MS Office for OS X.
- MacBook Pro: $1999 for 'Core Duo' 1.67 Ghz/512 RAM/80 GB/SuperDrive/Airport Extreme; $2499 for faster 1,83 Ghz with 1 GB RAM. One inch thin, 5.6 pounds, backlit keyboard, scrolling trackpad, sudden motion sensor, and 'MagSafe': power adapter held in only by magnet so someone tripping over cord doesn't ruin computer.
- Specint and specfp for MacBook Pro make it 4-5 times faster than the never released PowerBook G5 prototypes.
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