Apple (AAPL) held its annual shareholders meeting yesterday. Here's a rundown: Steve Jobs:
—addressed some environmental concerns
—read a boilerplate statement when asked about the options backdating controversy
—hinted that iTunes and Apple TV might eventually offer video rentals as well as paid downloads (presumably, these would be cheaper but would expire)
—also hinted that Apple would be beefing up its .Mac online services (possibly with the release of the next Mac OS, Leopard)
—seemed open to the possibility of distributing the current Tiger OS cheaply to the developing world once he begins selling Leopard in the developed world.