The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
Macworld New York 2000
DATE
Wednesday, July 19, 2000
DURATION
1 hour, 42 minutes
LOCATION
Javitz Center, New York
AUDIENCE
Livestream & Public & Press
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Steve Jobs
Pronuntiatio
A standard definition version is available on YouTube.
The unmuted mouse commercial is available separately on YouTube.
Dispositio
We Made an Ad
We Made an Ad
Think Different
1:00
Welcome
Steve Jobs
  • Today's keynote is being streamed live using QuickTime
  • 2:00
    Peripherals
    Steve Jobs
  • Shows a quote from a magazine saying the hockey-puck mouse is the worst one in the world
  • Introduces the world's best mouse, the Apple Pro Mouse
  • Assures the audience that they haven't gone from one button to no buttons; the whole surface is a button
  • Shows the new keyboard to go with the new mouse
  • Available on the online Apple store in September for $59 each
  • We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Steppenwolf's "Born to be Wild"
    6:57
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Goes over the features of the PowerMac G4 and Velocity Engine
  • 9:07
    PowerMac
    Phil Schiller
  • Compares how a PowerMac G4 500 MHz runs a Photoshop script against a Pentium III 1000 MHz
  • 12:43
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Says that two brains are better than one, and wonders how fast a dual G4 system would do the same script
  • 14:19
    PowerMac
    Phil Schiller
  • Compares how a PowerMac G4 dual processor 500 MHz runs a Photoshop script against a Pentium III 1000 MHz
  • 16:18
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
  • The 450 MHz and 500 MHz PowerMac models will now come standard with dual processors
  • All PowerMac G4 models will also now have gigabit ethernet running off the motherboard
  • 18:34
    PowerMac
    Phil Schiller
  • Does a demo of gigabit ethernet, playing uncompressed video from another computer, with Steve unplugging the cable to prove it was over the network
  • 21:19
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
  • New PowerMacs have more storage, and the new mouse and keyboard
  • Prices stay the same and are available today
  • 23:00
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • Mac OS X takes full advantage of dual processor Macs
  • Says they're on track to release the public beta in September and the 1.0 in January
  • Does a demo of Mac OS X
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Adobe's Bruce Chizen
    Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Microsoft's Kevin Browne
    Office 2001 for Mac
    Microsoft
    Microsoft Adulation
    "They're doing an awesome job. Who would have thunk it a few years ago?"
  • Notes that Microsoft has bought Bungie, and says that it has raised concerns about Halo for Mac
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Microsoft's Ed Fries
    Microsoft plans to bring lots of games to the Mac
    Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Bungie's Alex Seropian
    Yes, Halo is coming to the Mac, and here's another trailer
    46:40
    iMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Recaps the chronology of iMac models, and says that 3.7 million have been sold
  • Goes through some of the market research
  • Announces 4 new iMac models
  • 1. For $799, the base iMac has more storage and comes in the color Indigo, available in September
  • 2. For $999, the iMac DV is available in Indigo and Ruby colors, available today
  • 3. For $1299, the iMac DV+ is faster, has more storage, and a DVD drive, and available today
  • 4. For $1499, the iMac DV Special Edition comes in Graphite and Snow, available today
  • Circuit City is a new reseller for Macs
  • We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Indigo: Elvis Presley's "Blue Suede Shoes"
    We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Ruby: Dion's "Ruby Baby"
    We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Sage: Kermit's "Bein' Green (It's Not Easy)"
    We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Snow: Cream's "White Room"
    Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "I did the deal with Elvis myself"
    1:04:25
    iMovie
    Steve Jobs
  • Announces iMovie 2, with a new user interface, enhanced audio editing and new effects
  • Does a demo of iMovie 2
  • Included for free in all new desktop Macs, with upgrades available for $49
  • One More Thing...
    One More Thing...
    Web publishing of iMovies
  • Brings up the iTools announced in January, specifically iDisk and HomePage Builder
  • Using these tools, you can click a button in iMovie 2 to make a QuickTime video and upload it to iDisk for publishing on the web using HomePage Builder
  • Does a demo of web publishing an iMovie
  • 1:21:11
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
    One More Thing...
    One More Thing...
    PowerMac G4 Cube
  • Goes through the specs of the new machine, and cautions the audience that although it sounds like a midrange PowerMac tower, it's been miniaturized into an 8" cube
  • Brings out the cube on a platform from backstage, and shows off the top-loading slot DVD drive and how to access the components by turning it over
  • Has partnered with harmon/kardon again to create external speakers for the G4 Cube
  • Available in early August for $1799 and $2299
  • 1:29:20
    Displays
    Steve Jobs
  • Brings out three new displays on platforms from backstage, a 17" flat CRT display for $499, a 15" LCD for $999, and a new 22" Cinema Display for $
  • 1:32:00
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
    We Made a Video
    We Made a Video
    Chiat\Day's Lee Clow, Genentech's Arthur D. Levinson, marchFirst's Hiroki Asai, Adobe's Bruce Chizen, and Apple's Richard Crandall, Jony Ive and Phil Schiller talk about the G4 Cube
    Swearing
    Swearing
    Lee Clow: "Holy shit, he's done it again"
  • Notes that the desktop lineup, which constitutes 75% of unit sales, was completely refreshed today
  • Asks for a round of applause for the Apple employees who worked on these products
  • Audience giveaway
    Free Audience Giveaway
    An Apple Pro Mouse
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