Long time Engadget readers know it's been a while since we've seen a service outage during Steve Jobs keynotes, which basically come close to making asplode the internets. Today, unfortunately, we did see some issues -- we're hosted by AOL, which obviously has more bandwidth than God, and yet still two data centers went out. Of course, there are far more data centers hosting us than just two, so a lot of readers saw no issues whatsoever. We are already in the midst of a post-mortem, but it's pretty clear you all must really love what we've got going on here, because this was easily our most trafficked live coverage to date.
The upshot, of course, is that we're fully back online right now and anticipate zero further issues throughout the day. So head on over and hit up our hands-ons and check out all the news of all the new Apple gear! Don't worry, we can handle it.
Apple MacBook Air first hands-on
Apple TV Take 2 hands-on
The MacBook Air
The MacBook Air SuperDrive
Meet the new MacBook family
Apple introduces Time Capsule, a NAS companion to Time Machine
Apple unveils the Apple TV, take 2
iPhone firmware 1.1.3 update announced: it's just like we heard
Apple introduces iTunes movie rentals, HD rentals
Live from Macworld 2008: Steve Jobs keynote
Yeah, about those server problems...
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