Three KeyNotes for the price of one
The MacWorld that will open its doors in just over a month, will be inaugurated by the traditional KeyNote by Steve Jobs, with announcements of new products and an overview of the progress of the Public Beta of MacOS X. About the announcements of Steve Jobs absolute privacy , but the presentation of the new high-end laptops seems certain, while several sources give for probable updates on many models of the Apple offer, from Cube, iBooks and G4 DeskTops. Very likely it is also considered an announcement about Apple's new trade policies, especially in light of recent rumors about Apple's intention to run a chain of stores under its own brand, however, while maintaining priority over any other ad, will be the only MacWorld event: the next day, in fact, a keynote from Microsoft's Macintosh area manager was scheduled, probably to announce, and possibly demonstrate, products dedicated to MacOS X. On January 11, however, it will be the turn of Rob Burgess, CEO of Macromedia; also in this case, we expect the announcement of the support of MacOS X as a work environment for the packages produced by Macromedia. Another new feature of this edition will be the presence of many members of the users groups that will help visitors to turn between the pavilions of the Moscone.