Apple posts Steve Jobs’ WWDC 2006 keynote video

Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote preview of Mac OS X “Leopard” from San Francisco’s Moscone West.

See the video-on-demand event exclusively in QuickTime and MPEG-4 here.


  1. Wow, they need to put that video on a higher priority server. It is not loading. I understand the number of hits it must be getting right now, but there is no excuse for this to have the DIGG effect, or any Apple clip for that matter.

  2. “Anybody notice how unwell Jobs looked?”

    Hey, that’s what a looming indictment for securities fraud will do to you!

    I see another Ken Lay “heart attack” [cough] suicide [cough] coming soon.

    Hasta la VISTA, Mac dorks!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. MacPro: G5 w/Intel. Not much more unless you want to configure $5K – $6K worth of boost. The next gen MacPro will look and act a whole lot more like we expected.

    Leopard: so far, Tiger tweaks. Let’s hope the secret stuff delivers a real reason to buy the next cat.

    Bottom line today: disappointment all around.

  4. Mossman & Xacto,

    Had a buddy who had pancreatic cancer, took him a couple of years to get back to looking healthy, and he never got as heavy as he was before ( made a lot of lifestyle changes, looking death square in the eye can have that effect on you. )

    I am sure with all of the work that came from switching processors so quickly has taken its toll. Hopefully after Leopard launches he can take a much needed vacation.

  5. Dr. Xacto,

    When people are a little overwieght, we think they look healthier. When one is at their ideal body weight, we think they look unhealthy. I think Steve is just closer to his ideal body weight in the most recent picture, and as a result is a bit healthier, perhaps.

    He probably lost a lot of weight with his surgery, and like some people with that diagnosis, try to do everything they can to keep those evil cells quieted down.

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