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MACWORLD -- Apple Computer co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs today kicked-off one of the most highly-anticipated Macworld Expo trade shows ever by providing an update on retail and iPod figures.

Retail

He said Apple currently operates 135 retail stores world-wide, which combined to serve over 26 million visitors during the recent holiday quarter. The stores also achieved their first $1B quarter last quarter.

iPods

Moving on to the iPod, Jobs said Apple sold 14 million iPods this past holiday quarter -- a rate of over 100 iPods per minute. This compares to 4.5 million last holiday quarter. In total, Apple has shipped 42 million iPods to date.

iTunes

As is the case with iPod sales, Apple's iTunes Music Store continues to excel. Jobs said iTunes customers have purchased and downloaded over 850 million songs so far. Customers are now purchasing songs at a rate of over 3 million per day (over 1 billion songs a year).

Similarly, iTunes Video sales are also on the rise, with 8 million sold since Oct 12th, 2005. Jobs said the music store would also be adding new Saturday Night Live television content throughout the day.

Before drawing his attention completely to the Macintosh, Jobs introduced a single new iPod accessory for fifth-generation iPods: a $49 iPod Radio FM tuner / remote that plugs into an iPod's display to offer on-screen tuning.

Mac OS X 10.4.4

Promising that the rest of his keynote presentation would focus on the Macintosh (which drew applause), Jobs performed a brief demo of the company's new post production image editing tool called Aperture and then immediately shifted to Mac OS X.

Jobs announced Mac OS X 10.4.4, which he said would feature updated calendar and address book widgets from Apple and new widgets from Google and ESPN. Since the release of Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger last April, Jobs said Mac OS X users have created over 1500 authorized Dashboard widgets.

iLife '06

Shifting to digital lifestyle software, Jobs introduced the iLife '06 application suite, which he described as a "giant release" with new music, movies, photo, and blog tools.

iPhoto

A new version of iPhoto is faster than its predecessor and now holds up to 250,000 photos (1000 photos a month for 20 years). The application features full support for Photocasing, which Jobs described as 'podcasting for photos.'

Users of the application can create private and public photo albums and choose to have their public photo albums update automatically on the Internet when changes are made in iPhoto. The new version also adds a greeting card creation feature and a module that will let users create calendars with images.

iMovie

While Jobs proclaimed that last year would be the year of HD for iMovie, this year he said the company is adding animated themes for movies, real time effects, and new audio tools. The new version also features multiple project support, real-time effects, and the ability to export video to an iPod.

iDVD

Jobs also introduced a new version of iDVD with support for wide-screen menus, vastly improved slideshows, enhanced map viewing, and support for third-party DVD burners. The new version packs a "Magic iDVD" feature that lets users choose a theme, drop in movies and photos and then click a single button to create a DVD.

Garageband

Talking about Garageband, Jobs said Apple has built Podcast creation directly into a new version of the audio creation application. The updated application even integrates with iChat for remote interviews, Jobs said. Other new additions to Garageband include 200 royalty-free sound effects, 100-plus royalty-free jingles, automatic "ducking" effect, and a speech enhancer.

Rounding out the iLife '06 announcements, Jobs introduced a sixth application, dubbed iWeb, which lets users share photos, movies, video podcasts, music, blogs, and more on the Web. iWeb features several templates and modules, support for AJAX technology, and one-click instant blog publishing.

iWork '06

Jobs said Apple will sell the new 6 application iLife suite for $79 beginning today. He also announced iWork '06, which includes new features such as advanced image editing, image reflections, free form and masking tools, tables with calculations, and new themes and templates.

Intel Macs

Next, Intel chief executive Paul Otellini -- dressed in the Intel Bunny Suit costume -- joined Jobs on stage to begin introducing the first Macs with Intel processors.

New iMacs

Jobs announced that the first Macs to go Intel would be the iMac, with new 17- and 20-inch models that are nearly identical to their predecessors but sport Intel's new Core Duo processors. Benchmarks show the new iMacs to be 2-3 times the speed of the current iMac G5.

The iMacs will begin shipping today with a native version of Mac OS X 10.4.4, which Jobs said would include all native applications. Additionally, iLife and iWork '06 are both universal binaries.

Pro Apps

Apple will be updating many of its Pro applications to universal binaries in March, Jobs said. This includes Final Cut Pro and Aperture. Customers who have already purchased a current version of Apple Pro software will be able to trade in their disc for a universal binary disc for $49.

Third Party Universal Binaries

Jobs said several third party developers are also working on universal binaries of their applications. Microsoft, he said, is "on track" to deliver universal binaries of Office and Messenger sometime in the future while Quark this week will begin shipping a native binary of its desktop publishing software.

Microsoft also renewed its commitment to the Mac, vouching to continue to develop new versions of Microsoft Office for Mac for the next five years.

One More Thing...

Just before closing out his speech, Jobs kept to tradition and announced that he had "One More Thing..."

He said the 15-inch PowerBook product line would be going away in favor of a new "Mac Book Pro." The laptop features a 15.4-inch display and is a hair thinner than the 17" PowerBook. Additionally, it's about 4-5 times as fast as the previous PowerBooks, Jobs said.

Mac Book Pro includes a built-in iSight, IR sensor, Apple Remote, and new Power Adapter. It weighs 5.6lbs and will ship with Front Row software. A 1.67 Core Duo model will retail for $1999, while a high-end 1.83GHz model will sell for $2499.

Apple will begin taking orders for the Mac Book Pro today for shipments beginning next month.

Update: A replay of Steve Jobs' Mac World Keynote Presentation has been posted online.
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can't believe they called it the MacBook Pro... sounds kinda strange/lame... i know they had to get rid of the Power stuff... but... i liked that name

oh well... i'll have to get used to it

but... wait a sec... if the powerbook is now the MacBook Pro, what will be the name of the PowerMac?
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Does this mean well see fire sale prices of remaining G4 Powerbooks? Especially the 15 model?

Not that I care. The MacBook Pro will be my next new Mac! My G3 Powerbook is so old and bulky I cant stand to look at it! And I dont care what Apple says Im calling the new Mac laptop the Intel Powerbook
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So is the MacBook Pro Superdrive dual-layer? The specs say it reads double layer, I just want to make sure.
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Not impressed, I thought the switch to Intel was supposed to lower prices...

And WTF, no FW800 in the 'MacBook Pro' (seriously lame)!!! How can you introduce something great like that and then just axe it???!!!???

Nothing but the expected... nothing more
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YAY no stickers! no pentium or other meaningless names no G just the item name "YES I love asthetics" but the sleep indicator is now a ugly hole in the front,a blight on what Otherwise is a perfect design victory!!!!!!

No Firewire 800? Seems Bizzare. \

COOL $200 less for 2 gigs of ram... yay.

cant wait for the 17 and 12 inch
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Good keynote.
Macbook looks amazing! Just wonder why there isn't a Macbook 17".

Also, I wished Apple introduced some sort of media center. I wonder why is taking so long for that to happen. With so many companies jumping on, I wonder if Apple will lose the lead on that. Look forward to a special event to announce that soon.

Ilife and Iwork looks good.

I'm wondering how many people out there are disappointed with the keynote.
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No Viiv, either. Unless they're going to announce it at a later time.
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Not impressed, I thought the switch to Intel was supposed to lower prices...

And WTF, no FW800 in the 'MacBook Pro' (seriously lame)!!! How can you introduce something great like that and then just axe it???!!!???

Nothing but the expected... nothing more

iMacs prices have increased here in the UK, £929 now. Also all of the PPC hardware is still the same price.

LOL... somone must have ben feeding the rumour sites BS... new 13.3" iBooks? Media Mac Minis and 50" plasma screens.......LMAO.

Lots of new stuff in iLife... but can you use any of it without a pricey .Mac account? Most people have ISP provided webspace they can upload to now.
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what i don't like are the IR ports in the front of the machine... next to the open-the-lid-button. looks out of place.. oh well.

The ner intel Core logos are pretty cool:

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but the sleep indicator is now a ugly hole in the front,a blight on what Otherwise is a perfect design victory!!!!!!

I think that's the IR port - sleep light is the same.
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The top-bezel on that MacBook is hideously tall, the prices should come down $200, and the name takes some adjustment.

But holy speed!
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One word to describe the keynote: SAFE

I am not impressed. Usually MWSF has the WOW factor. We are missing that today.
Macbook and Imac are nice but predictable.
Why not a 17" Macbook? Why not FW800? That's absurd for video professionals on the field!

Ilife and Iwork are very good. I wonder if I can publish my site with Iweb without a .Mac account?

Well, let's hope more things are to come soon.
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Aso, I wished Apple introduced some sort of media center. I wonder why is taking so long for that to happen. With so many companies jumping on, I wonder if Apple will lose the lead on that.

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So, should we expect to find Rolo hanging from an extension cord?
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I want my 10.4.4 with new widgets!
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Coming from someone who has a 15" PowerBook, the MacBook Pro:
  • faster with Intel processor - yeah!!!
  • no FireWire 800 - boooo!!!!
  • built-in iSight - yeah!
  • new power connector - boooo!!!!; which uses magnets to connect - double boooo!!!! (save that for when we no longer have magnetic media, please!)
  • Front Row included - yeah!; how about the rest of us? - no, boo!
  • Apple Remote - yeah! (any chance they'll support IrDA again, or is this an Apple Remote consumer IR port only?)
  • optical audio out - Oh yeah!!!
All in all, great, but doesn't make me want to rush off and trade my PowerBook for one. Maybe that's why there wasn't too much build-up to this on the Apple side. Just enough to satisfy the folks who were complaining the PowerBooks were too slow, and that's about it.
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can't believe they called it the MacBook Pro... sounds kinda strange/lame... i know they had to get rid of the Power stuff... but... i liked that name

oh well... i'll have to get used to it

but... wait a sec... if the powerbook is now the MacBook Pro, what will be the name of the PowerMac?

Uh... the MacMac?

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Uh... the MacMac?



LOL.. but you know what... they'll probably will give it an aweful name.
Somthing like: the MacDesktopComputer Pro

*sigh*

hehe... MacMac...
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I'm impressed with the Keynote - and so is Wall Street.

iLife 06 is going to boost .Mac a lot and iWork 06 is slowly moving to where it should be.

It would have been nice to see iBooks & Mac minis, but the speed increases in the iMacs and PB (sorry, MacBook Pros) are impressive and will very shortly have a major backorder.

While there are bits that people can complain about the new Mactels are impressive and ALL Macs will be moved to Intel platforms by the end of the year. Not bad at all.

The only questions I have are:

Where is Front Row for the rest of us"

Is the lack of iBooks and Mac minis an indication that they won't be Duo?
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I was burgaled in the beginning of December and they stole my 15" PowerBook, I was hoping they would announce the Intel pro laptops and Steve and Apple have given me a late Christmas present. Still I a little wary about getting a first gen Mactel but my linux box wasn't designed for being on my lap while I'm on the couch. YAY!
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Hmmm...

For almost the price of the 1.67 MacBook Pro I can buy a 17" iMac and a 12" iBook. And the iMac has bigger & faster HD, better SuperDrive, and faster processor.

I'm really going to have to evaluate whether I need a fast portable, or if I can get buy with a wimpy portable and a powerful "base station".

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So is iWeb tied to .Mac entirely?

The apple page says...

"*iWeb publishing requires Internet and webserver access (.Mac recommended). The .Mac service is available to persons age 13 and older. Annual membership fee and Internet access required. Terms and conditions apply."

Which would appear to say it's only recommended. It'd be pretty useless to many people if it only did .Mac.
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I bet it's simply going to be called "Mac Pro"

So you'll have:

imacbook (or it just stays ibook) Core Solo most likely
imac Core Duo
MacBook Pro Core Duo
Mac Pro Core Quatro?
Mac Mini (this already mentions mac so it can stay) Core Solo
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Kudos to AppleInsider getting the last minute pre-keynote report bang on target.

Though I was personally hoping "MacBook" and no PVR Mini were indeed BS!

However, the iLife suite updates are really neat, iWork is heading the right way, and the two new Macs are threatening to raise the ocean levels with mass drool generation from those like me who can't see anything else when they close their eyes!

I expect much we've heard in the rumours, besides maybe the plasma thing, will come true throughout the year. The announcement that the Intel transition will be complete come year end was significant.

I hope the Mini and the iBook don't get stuck with Core Solo's, but it's possible...

However, there's going to be something better than Core in the PowerMac - or MacMac or whatever they've planned for it. A little something by the codename "Conroe". That should rock.

Why IR remote though and not BlueTooth?
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Uhhh... what the f***? MacBook Pro? Has Steve completely lost his mind now or what? That's sounds like something that would come from some third-rate Windoze clone manufacturer (i.e. "introducing the new Dell WinBook Pro").

PowerBook is a strong brand, it sounds original and professional. Moreover, the PowerBook never had anything to do with PowerPCs. I have an old 68K "Macintosh PowerBook" in my basement right now. It wasn't necessary to unleash this absurd name change on us. Jesus Christ.
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Well, I just put in my order for the 1.87 GHz MacBook Pro (poor name, I agree). I think 5 years of waiting is long enough (still using the original 400MHz G4 Powerbook). Hopefully they've fixed the CD/DVD drive loading problem the original G4 Powerbook had in the past 5 years...

And yes, I'm a bit disappointed about the lack of FW 800, but then I don't really have any devices which could use it. I have a FW HDD, but it only supports 400, and I don't use it on a regular basis (simply for multi-boot testing), so it's not a big deal. On every other front, this machine fulfills all my wishes (aside from possibly a faster processor -- but I understand the speed/power consumption tradeoffs).

One positive thing is that they've included the option to upgrade to a 7200rpm HDD. Finally Apple recognizes that a lot of users pay attention to the specs of all the components which go into the computer (Mac Mini... cough... random pick of 4200 and 5400 HDDs... cough).

Looking forward to it!
 
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Why IR remote though and not BlueTooth?

Bluetooth has to pair up (which takes ages) and then transmit. It's therefore slower initially than IR. Someone mentioned in a previous thread when the Rev C iMac came out that Bluetooth 2.0 is less power hungry than 1.x so compares well with IR but IME of bluetooth devices that's not been the case.
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Bluetooth has to pair up (which takes ages) and then transmit. It's therefore slower initially than IR. Someone mentioned in a previous thread when the Rev C iMac came out that Bluetooth 2.0 is less power hungry than 1.x so compares well with IR but IME of bluetooth devices that's not been the case.

don't worry... i was testing the october iMac G5 recently at a friend's house and the IR-transmission justs worked fine. No problems at all and very good reception from different angles...
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Kudos to AppleInsider getting the last minute pre-keynote report bang on target.

Actually they got it right two months ago. I mean, everything they said was dead on. They nailed it. Back in November they predicted the iMac and PowerBook would be the first to go Intel. Everyone else thought the Mac mini and iBook would be first. I too thought they were crazy but it goes to show they have the best sources. Appleinsider squashed ThinkSecret once again.

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November 4th

Without getting into specific dates at this time, sources familiar with Apple's Macintosh hardware roadmap say the company is striving to unveil a completely redesigned set of Intel iBook laptops just in time for next year's K-12 educational buying season, which takes place around April or May.

Apple currently offers iBooks with either a standard 12- or 14-inch screen, but looks poised to introduce a completely new model built around (what appears to be) a 13-inch widescreen. Whether the company will offer other iBook models or standardize around the new widescreen model remains unknown.

Expected to make its debut even earlier than the new iBooks will be Apple's first Intel-based PowerBook, sources added. The new 15-inch PowerBook will carry over many of the design elements and styles that have made its aluminum PowerBooks so successful, but will be about 20- to 25-percent thinner than today's model.

The 12-inch PowerBook is no longer on Apple's roadmap -- as reported in August -- and the new Intel-based 17-inch model is slated for release several months later.




November 11th

Surprisingly, the most reliable information indicates that the iMac and PowerBook -- two of the company's most recently revised Mac offerings -- are targeted to be the first two Mac models to receive Intel processors in January. The iMac and PowerBook are also believed to be Apple's best-selling Mac models, which explains why the company will be upgrading them with Intel processors first and refreshing their associated product lines for the second time in as little as four months.

While it's too early to be certain if the Intel-based 15-inch PowerBook will be completed for its targeted introduction during the second week of January, a company roadmap described to AppleInsider lists both a 17- and 20-inch Intel-based iMac as being "on track" to debut at the annual Macworld Expo conference planned for the same week.

According to sources familiar with Apple's plans, the first Intel iMac won't usher in a slew of new bells and whistles, and instead will be based largely on the design and feature set of the current iMac. In fact, recent rumblings reveal that Apple will reuse the 'media center' iMac enclosure introduced at last month's special event in San Jose, Calif.




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they went from single core to dual-core so how is it that the prices should drop? It seems pretty obvious to be that this is the reason the prices are aprox. the same as before. but they are going to have to blow out the old machines at a killer price. (all this being said I would have loved to see lower prices as well)
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Most of you are absolutely nothing but a bunch of pathetic whiners.

The specs are excellent. The designs are still rock solid.

FW800? Add a fucking card.

256MB Video RAM? You bitch?

Get fucking real. You spend more on frivolous bullshit items just to shut up your sex partner than you do on a new Mac and you still bitch about it not being PERFECT.

Suggestion: Start your own company and produce that PERFECT system.
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Why IR remote though and not BlueTooth?

As long as it works well at a wide range of angles and a decent distance, who cares? The only benefit I can see with Bluetooth is that you could use it from behind your laptop as well. But it's not difficult to simply make sure your laptop is positioned correctly for your room when you set it up for stereo/TV usage.
 
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Coming from someone who has a 15" PowerBook, the MacBook Pro:
  • new power connector - boooo!!!!; which uses magnets to connect - double boooo!!!! (save that for when we no longer have magnetic media, please!)

What, you still do? Its probably too weak to affect hard-drives. For removable I use optical and MO.

** IonYz hugs his MO drive
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[*]new power connector - boooo!!!!; which uses magnets to connect - double boooo!!!! (save that for when we no longer have magnetic media, please!)

You aren't making sense. That magnet is NOT going to threaten your hard drive.
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FW800? Add a fucking card.

Is there a FW800 ExpressCard? CardBus is gone.

I do agree that it is generally a much better unit, but why remove a pro media feature on a product targeted towards media professionals?

I just noticed that the screen is slightly lower resolution than the 15" Powerbook, 1440x900 vs 1440x960.
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Is there a FW800 ExpressCard? CardBus is gone.

For that matter, what is available for ExpressCard? I just realized my pro audio I/O cardbus card is going to be useless and I'd like to find a replacement. I could use a USB/FW device, but I really like having a card because it's smaller and easier to setup.
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I just noticed that the screen is slightly lower resolution than the 15" Powerbook, 1440x900 vs 1440x960.

Is a 15" display even usable at that resolution? I've always used my 15" Powerbook in 1152x768 mode and that seems just right for that size display. Even on my 19" LCD display I only use 1280x1024.
 
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Now that the intel imacs are out, has anyone installed windows xp on one and dual booted with OSX?

Apple had stated last year that they would'nt do anything to prevent windows from being installed on one.
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Now that the intel imacs are out, has anyone installed windows xp on one and dual booted with OSX?

Apple had stated last year that they would'nt do anything to prevent windows from being installed on one.

I can't wait to hear the first impressions on the "new" iMac. I'm hoping tries to install Windows, as well.

By the time my MacBook gets to me next month, we'll know more.
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Man, now I really want a macbook. I'm a little bummed that there's only one firewire port though. I'd rather have two firewire and one USB, not a big deal though. I wonder if prices will come down a bit after all of the Powerbooks have been sold off.
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