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Reminder: Apple has posted iPhone 5 Event Video online

Apple has posted the video of the special event it held yesterday, 12 September, on its official website.

The show, saw the launched of the iPhone 5 as well as the launch of new iPod devices and was concluded by a live performance of Rock group, Foo Fighters.

As for all other Apple videos, you will need to install Quicktime 7 on Windows (that’s a 38MB download), Safari 4 or 5 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard or Lion, Safari on iOS 3 or later.

The video lasts nearly two hours and debuts with Tim Cook, the company’s current CEO, announcing to an ecstatic audience of bloggers, journalists and partners that the company has “some really cool stuff to show you”.

That said, we couldn’t get the video to work on Chrome 23 or on Internet Explorer 10 but it did work on Firefox Nightly Build and on Opera.

The page hosting the iPhone 5 event video is here.

You can win an iPhone 5 in our iPhone 5 competition by answering a simple question about what generation the Phone 5 is. ITProPortal reported live on Apple’s announcement.

Other than the iPhone 5, we saw new iPod devices but no cheaper version of the iPhone 4S, an iPad mini and potentially a 13in Macbook Pro with Retina Display.

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