For those who couldn't make it to Cupertino, Calif., Tuesday, Apple (AAPL) has posted a Quicktime video of its iPhone OS 3.0 special event.
Click here or on the image at right to view it.
These recordings are always useful to pick up nuances and details -- including, in this case, a live duet on leaf trombones and a terrifying three-person shoot-out -- that don't make it into the live blogs and press reports.
But this one is especially interesting because it's the first of these Cupertino special events that was not moderated by CEO Steve Jobs, currently on medical leave.
This time, Greg Joswiak, VP of iPhone and iPod product marketing, handled the introduction and wrap-up, and Scott Forstall, senior VP of iPhone software, did the bulk of the presentation.
So how did the new team do? Let us know what you think.
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