Apple has published Jobs’s keynote from last week in full as a free download on the iTunes Store. As far as I can recall, this is a first for Apple. The five most recent keynotes are available as QuickTime streams in the Apple Events section of the QuickTime guide, but not as downloads.
Putting this Stevenote up on the iTunes Store may indicate the importance that the Apple TV and iPhone have for Apple. Then again, it may not, and the release of this movie just means that Apple finally acknowledges the wish of many Mac-heads to be able to download Jobs’s presentations onto their machines.
Speaking of which: before you download the keynote, be aware that it weighs in at a hefty 1.21GB. Oh, wait a minute, now I get it: it’s Apple’s way to gauge the acceptance of movie downloads of this size for non-US customers…
P.S.: The download link points to the keynote movie on the US iTunes Store, but you should be able to download it even if you’re not registered with that store. If it doesn’t work, search for “macworld keynote” in your local iTunes Store.