MacWorld 2007 (w/ photos)

Ian Harding January 9th, 2007

“The first 30 years were just the beginning. Welcome to 2007.”

That is what is Apple has scattered all across San Francisco for this year’s MacWorld Conference & Expo here in San Francisco. I’ve been lucky enough to have the opportunity to attend this year’s event and so far, everything looks really cool.

MacWorld Intro

I’ll be posting information when I can regarding the show, but in the meantime, here are some photos of pre-MacWorld and the setup process.

  • Apple TV and iPhone… BOTH OFFICIAL.

    It is 11:00am and Steve Jobs has officially announced the introduction of the Apple iPhone as well as Apple TV.

    Keep a close eye on the Apple Store as it will be updated shortly.

  • D4V

    Woah.. iPhone looks pimp… Gimme.

  • D4V
  • Here is the official iPhone page.

  • MaxPower

    Anyone ask why Jobs still has a job or why Al Gore was on a committee to keep him on the board after the Apple backdating scandal?

    Heh – cool hookup So-Co.

  • MaxPower

    Good pics too.

  • Here is the Apple TV page, for those who haven’t seen it yet.

  • Day one is wrapping up. Our feet are tender and we’re ready for some dinner and rest. I didn’t spend a lot of time checking out specific booths today… in good time I will. Our big favourite of the day was Crumpler. There are lots of electronic equipment dealers here, so I’m hoping to get a chance to chat with them over the next couple of days.

    I’ll be posting photos of the show today in the next few hours. Stay tuned, and tell your friends, because there aren’t a lot of other sites out there with photos of the show. I want R4NT to be one of the first.

  • D4V

    Nice work So-Co..

    Pics are looking good.. Looking forward to seeing more :)

  • This was in the WSJ today – so someone is asking about the Apple/Jobs/Gore backdating scandal:

    “We can only wonder what Al Gore is making of his experience as the No. 1 defender of today’s No. 1 backdating miscreant.

    Mr. Gore, an Apple director, was a member of the special two-man committee that investigated and exonerated Steve Jobs in the backdating matter. By now, we presume he is well-versed in what backdating is and isn’t. But how easily Mr. Gore — the scourge of Big Pharma, etc. — could have been the one braying about greed, CEO theft, the defrauding of shareholders.”