Here we see Steve Jobs introducing the first ever Apple Retail Store in Tysons Corner, VA.
Wow he is fat…Wow…I hope all that money can beat cancer.
He seems so proud and enthusiastic
who is his stylist? still the same shit today
Who is the fat guy with the black sweater in this video? Where the hell is Steve Jobs?
Nostalgia’d. Nostalgia’d hard.
TechnoBuffalo brought me here!
this happy, acting steve gave me weird shutters.
Actually the Apple Store at Glendale Galleria is Apple Store #0001. The one in Virginia opened first because it’s in the East Coast.
The Mac screens don’t look like they are from 2001 at all though, they still seem modern now.
That’s amazing how the iPhone/iPod touch can be considered a replacement for the non Apple products they carried 10 years ago
Jippy Skippie, 5 different games! One product every 50 feet. Looks like an empty store with nothing to sell except overly priced rubbish that you can’t upgrade, rather you throw in the trash can and overpay for a new one because it comes in pastels and matches your cute jimmy choo’s while you drink fucking Starbucks at night looking like some metro sexual french mother fucker waiting around for hookups. The artificial nature of apple products is appalling. Status only,not practical.
It’s been 10 years already? Where has the time gone?
TechnoBuffalo sent me here
No, Steve Jobs, You are a Genius !
LOL. ahh the days of iBooks and Powerbook G4s….
too bad it took until now for anyone to give a shit
Well back in 2001, WI-FI is considered technological marvel.
Nice video, especially to see it today after the Apple boom.
Damn he’ s 33% thinner too!
wow. the same black sweater? 😀
wow just amazing. Steve Jobs did it and Apple did it. I will be your big fan ever and ever.
Dude, this had to be at WWDC 2001, NOT Macworld Expo NY. WWDC was held in May of 2001, while Macworld Expo 2001 didn’t happen until July. Jobs also makes reference to “we’ll provide shelves for as much as you can write,” in reference to software being written by the developers in attendance.
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