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Apple's Steve Jobs is in the house

September 9, 2009 |  9:59 am The Apple product announcement is about to begin, and some news has slipped out already.

Bloomberg News says that Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder and chief guru, showed up in advance of the event in San Francisco, slipping through the back door. He has not made a public appearance in many months because of illness.

Also, iPod Touch and iPod prices have already been reduced (see earlier post) and the Cocktail feature, which gives additional digital info for albums on iTunes, has appeared on the Apple UK site.

-- David Colker

Photo: Steve Jobs speaks at Apple's big event after slipping in a back door. Credit: Jeff Chiu / Associated Press