updated 09:45 am EDT, Mon July 23, 2001
Last week MacNN provided full coverage of Macworld Expo New York 2001. The following is a recap of our top stories, including exclusive reports and interviews, as well as live show-floor information.
- Steve Jobs' keynote offered attendees a glimpse at 10 new OS X applications, faster PowerMac G4s, upgraded iMacs, a preview of OS X 10.1, and an attempt to de-bunk the "Megahertz Myth."
- MacNN met with Kevin Browne and other officials from Microsoft's MacBU unit, revealing previously undisclosed information about Office 10, and the future of Outlook Express. We also have a report covering Browne's presentation on the second day of the expo.
- MacNN also covered the semi-annual financial analyst meeting, which took place shortly following Steve Jobs' keynote, and offered information such as Apple's vision for education, the debunking of Apple handheld rumors, plans to extend its ISP partnership program internationally, Jobs' explanation of reasons for the Cube's demise and the first in-depth information on sales performance at the Apple retail stores.
- We've posted special commentary regarding specific software areas on the show floor, including hardware and graphics.
- Connectix unveiled a Virtual PC for OS X Test Drive at the show, and we had an exclusive first look at the software, as well as follow-up information.
- We've got several photo galleries of the show floor, and pre-show set-up, as well as photos from the keynote.
- For a look at our full expo coverage, visit the Recent News page.