We’re all aware that FireWire’s on the way out – at least on the consumer Macs. Seems a shame – we like Target FireWire Disk, we use video cameras, but here’s a chance to watch Jobs introduce FireWire in 1999 at the January Mac event.

"What is FireWire? Think of FireWire as USB, but rather than running at 12 megabits-per-second it’s running at 400 megabits-per-second," said Jobs then. "And it’s already an established industry standard," he added.

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