MacWorld in New York, attendance record
There were no new Apple machines, there were no big surprises and even the third parties did not push the accelerator too much. But despite all this, the 2001 edition of the MacWorld Expo in New York also set a record.The official data of the review, released today, say that there were 3000 more visitors to the Javitz pavilions than those of the last year. With more than 64,000 registrations, MacWorld is today the most important technology fair in New York. Bigger than PC Expo and Internet World, we remember, however, that the major US events in the IT field are held on the West coast and the largest American Mac exhibition is also held in California. This is the San Francisco Expo which every year marks nearly 100,000 visitors (with one more day of opening). At the level of attendance, the largest MacWorld in the world for Tokyo, which exceeds 100,000 admissions abundantly.