An 80-minute video of the memorial service for Steve Jobs that took place last week has been posted, then taken down, from the Apple website.

The video, Celebrating Steve, was recorded at the Apple campus in Cupertino, California on Wednesday 19 October. It was posted on Apple's website yesterday, but has now been taken offline with no explanation. A message simply reads: "Available soon. Please check back later."

The service was broadcast live to Apple employees around the world and featured performances by Norah Jones and Coldplay.

Apple CEO Tim Cook told attendees: "Steve made our world a better place and left his fingerprints all over society, all over the world. He also leaves behind a company that only he could have built and a spirit that will be the foundation of this company forever."

"Steve would have wanted this cloud to lift from Apple and our focus to return to the work he loved so much," he continued.

Apple board members Bill Campbell and Al Gore also spoke at the memorial, as did Apple senior vice president of industrial design Jonathan Ive, who referred to Jobs as his "closest and most loyal friend".

UPDATE 2000BST: The video is now back online.