Apple's invitation to the Back to the Mac event on October 20, 2010.
Is Steve Jobs the Lion King? Will he preside over the Back to the Mac event at Apple on October 20, 2010?
Steve Jobs opens up the Back to the Mac event at Apple headquarters.
What's the State of the Mac?
Just by counting Mac sales alone, Apple would rank at #110 on the Fortune 500.
Mac market share has been rising too.
Many new developers are coming to the Mac.
Tim Cook goes over some Apple Store numbers.
In front of a photo of the Shanghai Apple Store.
One of the newer Apple Stores.
Steve Jobs talks about the strong health of the Mac.
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple.
Steve moves on to talk about iLife.
Upgrades to all existing apps.
Phil Schiller gives us a glimpse of the new features in iPhoto.
Send an email straight from iPhoto.
See sharing history and a activity right within iPhoto.
The updated Books feature in iPhoto.
Reminiscent of the Book feature in Aperture.
You can make lovely cards in iPhoto too.
Steve is excited about the new features in the new iPhoto.
Ain't it great?
What's new in iMovie?
Randy Ubilos comes to the stage to talk about iMovie.
Randy gives us a demo of the new iMovie.
Adjust audio levels right in the timeline.
Create your own movie trailer from within iMovie.