It’s official: Apple CEO Steve Jobs to deliver Macworld Expo keynote address on Jan 15, 2008

Macworld Expo and Conference has confirmed that this year’s keynote address, scheduled for January 15, 2008, 9-10:30am, will feature Apple CEO, Steve Job delivering the kick off of the biggest Macintosh community event of the year.

Steve Jobs’ keynote is open to Platinum and Super Pass, MacIT, Users, Power Tools, Market Symposiums and Hands-On MacLabs attendees ONLY. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis except for Platinum and Super Pass attendees who have access to priority Keynote and Feature Presentation seating.

Macworld Conference & Expo:
Conference: January 14 – 18, 2008
Expo: January 15 – 18, 2008
West & South Hall, Moscone Center
San Francisco, CA

More info here.

60 Comments

  1. Who didn’t see this coming?

    The US economy is headed for a recession, the “reality distortion field” must be projected to protect the Apple universe and profits.

    There is only one man who can do that.

    Expect good things, expect to regret your holiday purchases. hehe.

  2. I’ve watched every MacWorld keynote since Steve came back in 1997. I also had the opportunity to attend MacWorld and watch him live back in 2005. Waited in-line from 4 am with my daughter. It was a trip we’ll never forget (we’re from Halifax, Nova Scotia).

    Notwithstanding all of the fabulous products Apple produces, Steve Jobs is hands down the greatest strategic business mind I’ve ever witnessed. His ability to clearly and concisely inform the customers and shareholders the vision of where Apple is going is nothing short of spectacular.

    I’m sorry to say I won’t be there in person this year, but you can bet I’ll be watching the QT video as soon as its available.

    And for all you folks who will be there in person, enjoy yourselves. It will be awesome!!

  3. Apple TV and Macmini morph/merge. 10″ Macbook with flashRAM. AAPL hits 200 after record Macbook and iPod sales. That’s my prediction. Maybe a more snappier iPhone/iPod touch with an Intel mobile processor, better camera, and more capacity. A zoomable iSight camera with flash would be nice. Illuminated keyboard on the low end Macs across the board.

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