Steve Jobs opened the Macworld Expo Tuesday morning in San Francisco with a rousing keynote speech. The Apple CEO announced the first new Intel-based Mac—the iMac Core Duo and the MacBook Pro.
In addition to those hardware announcements, Jobs also discussed changes to GarageBand to make it easier to create podcasts. GarageBand 3 is part of the newly updated iLife ’06 suite, which also adds a new application called iWeb.
We’ve got the highlights of Jobs’ speech along with some reaction from Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell.
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Macworld’s Expo coverage includes live coverage of the keynote. Jason Snell also covered his initial reaction to the Keynote in our Editors’ Notes blog.
There are also a few things that were not mentioned in the podcast from the keynote, including the new iPod Radio Remote, an FM tuner/remote control for the fifth-generation iPod and iPod nano.
Big thanks to Alan Wiig for editing audio for me this week.
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