New laptops, a final version of Safari 4, an OS X update, more on the iPhone 3.0 software, and a brand new iPhone—Monday’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote had something for everybody. And we cover it all in this special edition of the Macworld Podcast.
I’m joined by three Macworld editors who spent the morning at Moscone West listening to Apple executives talk up their new products. Editorial director Jason Snell, senior editor Dan Frakes, and associate editor Dan Moren share their thoughts on all the news to come out of WWDC so far.
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Messers Snell and Moren are the two gentlemen responsible for Monday morning’s live keynote coverage. Our discussion covers all the product news hit on in that keynote, including:
- Apple’s notebook updates;
- the Safari 4 release;
- Apple’s preview of Snow Leopard;
- the recap of all the changes in iPhone 3.0, which comes out next Wednesday; and
- the new iPhone 3G S, which arrives next Friday.
It’s one thing to hear people talking about the keynote and another thing to read about product announcements, but you can also see pictures from Monday’s event, courtesy of Macworld’s WWDC slideshow.