Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote

Apple CEO and Chairman Steve Jobs addressed a standing-room-only crowd of about 7,500 at the Macworld opening keynote on Jan. 9.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone Introduction - 1

Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces the iPhone by claiming that, Apple is reinventing the telephone.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone Introduction - 1

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone Introduction - 2

Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates the new iPhone, which is controlled entirely by a new touch screen.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone Introduction - 2

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - NBC Shows

Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates streaming a television show on the iPhone, which is a combination wireless phone, connected handheld and iPod.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - NBC Shows

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone Beatles Demonstration

Apple CEO Steve Jobs demonstrates the new iPhone by calling up a selection from The Beatles 1967 album, Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - iPhone Beatles Demonstration

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - Allchin Quote

Apple CEO Steve Jobs poked some fun at Microsoft by posting a photo and quote from his rivals marketing guru, Jim Allchin. The quotes reads: I would buy a Mac today if I was not working at Microsoft.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - Allchin Quote

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - Yahoo Founder Jerry Yang

Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang explained his companys new deal to provide free e-mail service to the iPhone.

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote - Yahoo Founder Jerry Yang

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote

Apples iPhone, introduced at Macworld Expo in San Francisco.

Photo: Apple

Macworld 2007: Steve Jobs Keynote

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