Apple SVP of Marketing, Phil Schiller mentioned to Gizmodo's Brian Lam that, with last week's offerings, Apple's holiday product lineup was now complete. Translation: stop watching the Apple Online Store for down'age, take Tuesdays off, and cancel the campouts -- no more new Apple products this year. No iTablet, no iPod touch with camera, no red flipping iPhones.
You. Get. Schiller. If Aaron Sorkin wrote the cliffhanger leading up to this year's WWDC keynote, that's the dialog a still-on-leave Steve Jobs would have just spit at the heavens from deep within the empty Times Square Apple Flagship "cathedral".
Apple has posted a streaming Quicktime video of Phil Schiller's Macworld 2009 Keynote, covering iLife 09, iWork 09, the unibody 17" MacBook, and iTunes Plus -- and more importantly for us, iPhone 2G/3G music downloads, the Keynote Remote App, and iPhoto slide export for the iPhone.
We're all finished folks! Gallery of the images we took during the keynote coming soon, meanwhile restart the liveblog above for Rene's incredible play-by-play, it's practially a transcript of the entire event. Don't be fooled by my (Dieter's) name next to the updates, it was all Rene's lightning-fingers giving you the updates.