Apple to showcase Mac OS X at IfraExpo 2001

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Guess what Apple will be spotlighting at the IfraExpo 2001 expo in Geneva, which runs Oct. 15-18? That's right, Mac OS X.

With over 18,000 square meters of exhibition space and more than 10,000 visitors, IfraExpo is Europe's key annual trade show for print and publishing professionals. Apple reps will be on-hand throughout the show to demonstrate "how Mac OS X-based solutions can improve productivity in every area of the design and print cycle -- from concept to creation, and from production to delivery," according to info on Apple's IfraExpo Web site.

There'll be seminars, presentations and "master classes" on Mac OS X, AppleScript, QuickTime, ColorSync and Java 2. What's more, visitors to the Apple exhibition area will be able to participate in hands-on workshops that will, according to Apple, highlight the benefits of these solutions.

The company will also host an Internet Café. Other companies and Apple partners will be on hand, as well, including Adobe, GretagMacBeth, Seinet, Heidelberg, Xinet, Helios, Digital Technology International and Quark.

This story, "Apple to showcase Mac OS X at IfraExpo 2001" was originally published by PCWorld.

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