Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Apple underwhelms at Macworld

Apple went out with a snivel at its last Macworld expo according to the Mac sincerely who gather gadgets every year. The company stayed on draft with no game changing-gadget - unlike previous shows where the iMac, ipod and iPhone were unveil. Instead, Apple announce a range of upgrade, with the most significant change being an end to copy limitations on music downloaded from iTunes. Apple lowered opportunity when it said this was its last Macworld along with news that chief executive Steve Jobs would not do the keynote address. Taking centre stage this time was Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, Phil Schiller, who did not "rock the house", according to Gartner analyst Van Baker.


Music fans who download songs from Apple's iTunes store will soon be able to play the track on other MP3 players and mobile phones as well as iPods, after Apple announce that it would be removing the anti-piracy encryption on all songs it sells. The announcement came at the Macworld technology show in San Francisco, where Apple was making its last-ever appearance. Prior to the result, rumors had swirled that Apple would launch a new "nano" version of is popular iPhone device, or a cheap ultra-portable laptop. But in a largely underwhelming keynote presentation, announcements focused instead on a variety of minor software improvements, and just one new gadget, a 17in MacBook Pro computer. Phil Schiller, senior vice president of marketing at Apple, gave the keynote presentation in the absence of chief executive Steve Jobs, who admitted earlier this week that he is suffering from health problems caused by a hormone imbalance .Schiller was welcomed onto the stage by consoling cheers and appreciation from the Apple faithful. "I'm really personally excited to be here today, and can't tell you how much I appreciate you turning up," he said.


Apple iPhone Macworld 07 video-


Summary:New Apple ihone with the upgraded function like downloading iTunes , MP3etc.

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