If the written word from Macworld on the release of iPhone Software 3.0 from didn't satisfy your craving for Apple news, you can now watch the video yourself. Apple posted the presentation in its entirety on its Web site.
Of course, Apple unveiled 100 new features earlier today, including some targeted for developer use. Popular features coming in the new version include peer-to-peer connectivity, push notification, in-app purchases, and the ability to embed Google Maps within applications.
One of the most requested features from users, copy and paste, will also make its way to iPhone users when the new version is released. The ability send MMS is also new, as is landscape mode for many applications.
You'll have to wait until this summer to get the full release, but you can watch the video today.
This story, "Apple Posts IPhone Event Video" was originally published by Macworld.