updated 01:25 pm EDT, Thu October 14, 2010
Will introduce new iPad, iPhone content
Registrations are now being taken for the Macworld 2011 expo. The event will last from January 26th to the 29th, and take place at Moscone Center West, located in San Francisco. Until December 2nd, special discounts are being offered on all entry fees; costs run from $25 for an expo-only pass through to a $725 Super Pass. The latter includes access to all presentations, all sessions in the User Conference, and one choice of workshop.
New this year is extra iPad- and iPhone-releated content, reflecting the growing popularity of iOS devices. Sessions are being led by industry celebrities such as Andy Ihnatko, Chris Breen and Richard Harrington, as well Sal Soghoian, the AppleScript product manager for worldwide product marketing at Apple. A few of the planned iPad topics include business travel, using iWork and composing music.
Various Mac and iOS sessions at the event are being directed at the likes of teachers, businesses, photographers and videographers. One new topic is "Tell Me Something I Don't Know," which delves into the hidden tricks of applications like Safari and iTunes.