Steve Jobs intentionally designed a wow moment in every major product launch, using products like props in a magic show.
Jobs could have simply introduced the first iPod by showing photos, but instead, he took an iPod out of a small pocket of his jeans and said: "It's like carrying 1,000 songs in your pocket."
Jobs understood that the key to mesmerizing the audience is to give them something to remember.
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