A big news day for Apple calls for a big podcast, so that’s what we’re offering with this Special Edition. We’ve assembled a panel of editors—editorial director Jason Snell, senior editor Dan Frakes, associate editor and MacUser co-editor Dan Moren, and myself—to talk about the day’s events. If Steve Jobs mentioned it in his Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, chances are we mention it to.

So if you want to know more about the new features in Leopard, the Safari 3 public beta, or what the deal is with third-party software on the iPhone, this is the podcast for you.

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Show Notes

All of Macworld ’s WWDC coverage can be found in one place, including our news stories on Apple’s Leopard preview and the move to bring Safari to Windows. We’ve also got a report from games guru Peter Cohen on Electronic Arts’ on-stage announcements during Monday’s keynote.

You should also check out the work of Dan and his MacUser cohorts, including a look at the Leopard features Steve Jobs didn’t talk about and a two - part look at all the Leopard features mentioned in last year’s keynote.

Music Credits: The untitled Macworld Podcast theme music was written by yours truly.

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