Apple CEO Steve Jobs' told attendees of the 2004 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that 3,500 developers are attending this year's event -- a rise of 17 percent over last year's enrollment. He covered the company's retail store chain, its iTunes Music Store efforts, and the recently speed bumped Power Mac G5 line. He also introduced new 20, 23, 30-inch Cinema Displays, and reviewed new core technologies in Tiger, Apple's next version of Mac OS X, scheduled to ship in the first half of 2005. Read the story...
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