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Video: See yesterday's Apple iPhone event

Apple's event yesterday - during which it released details of a new App Store and enterprise software - is now available for all to see online. Click here to see a streaming QuickTime movie on Apple's website.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs, along with senior VP of product marketing and Scott Forstall, Apple's VP of iPhone software, presented Apple's software roadmap to a selected group of journalists and analysts at the company's Cupertino headquarters on Thursday morning.

Schiller described Apple's future plans regarding connecting the iPhone to enterprise environments, while Forstall offered details about how the new Software Development Kit (SDK) works. The SDK is now available to developers, who are creating applications for a new "App Store" that iPhone users will gain access to in June.
The webcast requires QuickTime in order to play.

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