If you can’t make it to Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco next month, fear not. As is customary, Apple today confirmed plans to Webcast the keynote live from its Web site using QuickTime. It’ll also broadcast the keynote via satellite.
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take the Moscone Center keynote stage at 9:00 am Pacific Time on Tuesday, January 7. If you have access to a satellite TV system, here are the details: Telstar 5/Transponder: 19 KU Band Orbital Slot: 97 degrees west Downlink Frequency: 12053 MHz Polarity: Vertical down Bandwidth: 27 MHz Audio subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8 Galaxy 3R/Transponder: 02 C Band Orbital Slot: 95 degrees west Downlink Frequency: 3740 MHz Polarity: Vertical down Bandwidth: 36 MHz Audio subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8
Apple has already
set up the Web page where the Webcast will happen, so you can bookmark it ahead of time.
What’s more, Apple has planned other events during Macworld Expo, including a special feature presentation to be given by Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing Phil Schiller called The Power of X. That happens on Wednesday, January 8 at 9:30 am Pacific Time at the Moscone Center.
Apple representatives will also be hosting a number of workshops during the conference, and will be showing off the company’s latest hardware and software offerings at its booth on the show floor, at location 1217.