Unless you’ve been out of the loop for the past several weeks, you’re probably painfully aware of Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ keynote address at next week’s Macworld Expo. The event was moved to Monday morning rather than its customary Tuesday slot. The void the keynote move left on Tuesday has been filled with a presentation called “Power of X,” featuring Apple vice presidents Avie Tevanian and Phil Schiller.
Tevanian is Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, and Schiller is Apple’s worldwide product marketing vice president (not to mention Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ intrepid sidekick during keynote presentations). Their “Power of X” presentation runs from noon to 1pm on Tuesday, January 8th. It’s open to all conference attendees and will focus exclusively on Mac OS X.
Macworld Conference & Expo coordinators IDG World Expo bill the new presentation as a follow-up to Steve Jobs’ opening keynote, which will happen the day before at 9 a.m.
“Judging from the excitement out there about the keynote, we’re sure that the new feature presentation will also be a must-attend event for all Mac enthusiasts,” said Charlie Greco, president and CEO of IDG World Expo.
Macworld Conference & Expo
runs from Monday, January 7 through Friday, January 11th and takes place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif.