?? SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Steve Jobs is back. The Apple CEO took the stage at a product launch in San Francisco yesterday.
It's his first public appearance since his liver transplant in the spring.
Jobs looked thin and spoke with a scratchy voice, but he had a lot to say about iTunes.
The site has a new feature called iTunes LP that offers albums with photography, cover art, liners notes and other media reminiscent of the days of vinyl.
The new iTunes lets five computers on the same home network share music, video and other content.
It also gives users more control over content synched to iPods and iPhones and allows users to organize apps for the iPhone and the iPod Touch.
The new iPod Nano now comes with a video camera, microphone and speaker.