The 2006 Macworld Conference and Expo, San Francisco, held January 9-13th, promises to be filled with exciting announcements from Apple, Quark and Adobe.
2006 Macworld Conference and Expo — January 9-13
All this week in San Francisco, the 2006 Macworld Conference and Expo will open its doors and catapult all things Mac onto the world, just as it has done every year since 1985. Macworld, produced by IDG World Expo, is trade show dedicated to the Apple Macintosh computer. Developers of all types and stripes use Macworld to launch new products in the Exhibit Hall and the concurrent Conference lets Mac-based professionals to share tips and tricks on the software they run.
Typically, the highlight of the Expo is the keynote presentation given by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, known as Stevenotes, where he’s announced such ground-breaking products like the Apple iPod, iMac, and the iLife suite. This year will be no different as rumors abound that Jobs will introduce an Intel-based Mac mini.
Macworld is also known for parties and get-togethers surrounding each day’s conference events. The Hess Memorial Macworld Expo Events List (formerly the Party List) organizes all of the week’s parties, scheduled get-togethers and presentations into an easy to read and print out calendar.
Designorati will be on-hand this year to cover all the exciting news from Apple, Quark, Adobe, and many of your favorite developers. The Designorati team will be working diligently to present you, our readers, with the information you want to know.
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