This is the live blog from the Wednesday's Apple event with Steve Jobs making a long awaited public appearance. The first post is at the bottom of the page and works up to the most recent.
2:16 PM/ET: Steve on stage, gives Norah a nice kiss on the cheek. And says "that's what we have for you today. We'll see you soon." And the event is over.
2:15 PM/ET: Norah now playing a cut from her new album called "Youngblood." Too cool. She sounds great. Also, says she's happy to see Steve doing so well.
2:10 PM/ET: She's singing "Come Away with Me." Sultry, perfect. Even though she confides that "This is probably the earliest I've ever played."
2:07 PM/ET: Steve adding some final thoughts: great teams of people, but we're driven by great music. Introducing a special guest: Norah Jones is here to perform (a personal favorite of mine, by the way. Wow. 3 albums, 36 million sold, and 9 Grammies.)
2:06 PM/ET: Sounds to be wrapping up the event. All environmentally sensitive, says Jobs.
2:05 PM/ET: A larger 2.2 inch display. And it comes in "awesome" colors. Finally figured out how to do colors that are just unimaginably beautiful, says Jobs. 8 gigs for $149, and 16 gigs for $179. All available TODAY! So what about all those reports of manufacturing snafus that could delay release? Apparently not true!
2:04 PM/ET: A new, built-in FM radio, voice recording, a pedometer.
2:02 PM/ET: Apple's already sold 100 million iPod Nanos, adding "voiceover," and Genius Mixes.