In this special selection of video excerpts from the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference 2006, we present three selections from Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote address:
First, we show you a clip from the demo by Scott Forstall, Apple’s vice president of platform experience. He showed Apple’s new data backup application, Time Machine, which will be standard in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
Second, we play a clip from Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide sales and marketing, who demos the new Mac Pro, with two dual-core Intel Xeon chips.
Finally, we close out with a demonstration from Steve Jobs himself, with another major feature in Leopard, a desktop application feature called Spaces.
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Photography by Cyrus Farivar and Carli Morgenstein.