The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
Apple Expo Paris 2002
DATE
Tuesday, September 10, 2002
DURATION
1 hour, 36 minutes
LOCATION
Le Palais des Congrès de Paris
AUDIENCE
Public & Press
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Steve Jobs
Pronuntiatio
A standard definition version is available on YouTube.
Dispositio
We Made an Ad
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My name is Janie Porche, and I saved Christmas
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My name is Andy Skowronski, and I'm a cop
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My name is Theresa McPherson, and I'm a lawyer
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My name is Gautam Godse, and I'm a software project manager
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My name is Jeremiah Cohick and I'm a student
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I'm Ellen Feiss, and I'm a student
0:00
Welcome
Steve Jobs
  • Steve Jobs comes out and says "My name is Steve Jobs, and I'm a CEO"
  • 0:40
    iMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews the new 17" iMac
  • 2:10
    eMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Notes that the eMac is now available with a SuperDrive
  • 2:37
    iPod
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews the new iPods
  • 4:29
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews the new PowerMacs, using Xserve technology
  • 5:39
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • Reiterates that Apple is now the largest supplier of Unix, and that Mac OS X Jaguar adds new features to support Windows environments
  • Jaguar launches the classic environment twice as fast
  • Goes through the major new features of Mac OS X, starting with Finder improvements
  • 9:28
    Mac OS X
    Ken Bereskin
  • Does a demo of the new features in Finder
  • 13:32
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • Mac OS X adds some universal access features
  • 14:04
    Mac OS X
    Ken Bereskin
  • Does a demo of universal access in Mac OS X
  • 15:46
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • QuickTime 6 is bundled in Jaguar
  • Goes through the standards and technologies in QuickTime 6
  • Microsoft
    Microsoft Opprobrium
    "Everybody is jumping on this standard, except for Microsoft who is proposing their own proprietary standard which isn't as good"
    17:58
    QuickTime
    Frank Casanova
  • Does a demo of QuickTime 6
  • 24:40
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • Sherlock 3 has been changed to focus on Internet services
  • Does a demo of Sherlock 3
  • Inkwell integrates Newton's handwriting technology into the system
  • Rendezvous is a network technology that makes discovery easier
  • Asks Ken to come on stage to help demo Rendezvous by opening and closing a PowerBook
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "I want to share music with my son Ken." Ken: "Hi Steve."
  • Announces that Canon and Xerox are joining Epson, HP and Lexmark in making Rendezvous compatible printers
  • Expresses the desire to be able to stream music from iTunes to his stereo and watch a photo slideshow from iPhoto on his television (The Airport Express for music streaming was still two years away, and the AppleTV for televised slideshows was four years away)
  • Says that some companies like Philips will use the Rendezvous open standard to allow these sorts of applications
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Philips' Gerald Kleisterlee by prerecorded video
  • Mail app adds all-mailbox searching, sophisticated rules, multiple account support, and junk mail filtering
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "We've built in a technology in Mac OS X's Mail called adaptive latent semantic analysis. Now what is this? I don't know, but it works."
  • Does a demo of Mail in Jaguar
  • Address Book unifies person information in one spot, usable by all apps
  • Does a demo of Address Book, including using Bluetooth to send and receive calls to a cell phone
  • The new app iChat offers instant messaging connectivity with 140 million AOL accounts
  • Does a demo of iChat
  • Summarizes Mac OS X Jaguar's features
  • There are three million active users of Mac OS X
  • Announces that in 2003, all new models of Macs will only boot into Mac OS X
  • There are now 4000 apps for Mac OS X
  • 59:10
    Mac OS X
    Richard Kerris
  • Demos 3D apps for Mac OS X: E-on software's VUE xStream, @Last's SketchUp, Maxon's Cinema 4D, Alias|Wavefront's Maya, and Aspyr's Star Wars Jedi Knight 2
  • 1:06:21
    iCal
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews iCal's features
  • Does a demo of iCal
  • iCal is available to download today
  • 1:15:13
    iPhoto
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews the digital hub strategy and the features of iPhoto
  • iPhoto has been downloaded 5 million times
  • 1:18:06
    iTunes
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews the features of iTunes 3
  • iTunes has been downloaded 16 million times
  • 1:20:25
    iSync
    Steve Jobs
  • Reviews the features of iSync
  • Does a demo of iSync with an Orange phone and calls Avie Tevanian and a demo of syncing to an iPod
  • iSync will be a free download later this month as a public beta
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