At WWDC, Jobs shows off new Leopard features Video
At the WWDC conference at San Francisco's Moscone West Monday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage for his keynote address and touts new features in Leopard, including a new desktop and revamped Finder.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces "Spaces," a new application for the Leopard operating system that enables users to group different applications in separate environments. The keynote took place Monday at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference 2006 in San Francisco.
At the WWDC conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs explains the new iTunes cloud feature that will allow users to instantly put all their iTunes purchased music on all their Apple devices.
At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs takes a swipe at Microsoft by announcing Leopard is being released in different versions--all at the same price.
Gartner's Van Baker and Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies pick the hot topics from Steve Jobs' WWDC keynote address.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, the company's VP of Mac OS engineering, Craig Federighi, shows off improved features of Safari 4, including faster display speeds and full history search.
At the WWDC conference in San Francisco, Apple's Phil Schiller talks about new features coming to Lion, Mac's latest version of OS X. He demonstrates multitouch gestures, which give users the ability to swipe and tap through applications and the desktop.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, the company's VP of Mac OS engineering, Craig Federighi, demos the Snow Leopard version of the operating system. For current Leopard users, the new OS--due in September--will be upgradable for $29.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, Steve Jobs opens to a warm reception from attendees. Jobs came back from medical leave to announce new Apple products.
We recap all the announcements from Apple's WWDC keynote, especially ruminating on what the tethering app will cost for AT&T customers. We also rant a bit about the new prices for current iPhone conferences. And don't forget Snow Leopard people. That looks like a good upgrade for a very affordable price.