The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
WWDC '03
DATE
Monday, June 23, 2003
DURATION
2 hours, 2 minutes
LOCATION
Moscone West
AUDIENCE
Apple Stores & Universities & Developers & Press
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Steve Jobs
Pronuntiatio
A standard definition version is available on YouTube.
Dispositio
0:00
Welcome
Steve Jobs
  • 3800 developers at the conference, of 300,000 total Mac OS X developers
  • 1:05
    AirPort
    Steve Jobs
  • 802.11g now ratified and a software update has been shipped
  • Apple has shipped 300,000 devices with 802.11g
  • 2:07
    Retail
    Steve Jobs
  • There have been 17 million visitors to the 58 stores
  • Shows a photo of the new Chicago store, and renderings of the stores coming to San Francisco and Tokyo
  • 4:12
    iPod
    Steve Jobs
  • Today Apple will ship the one millionth iPod
  • 5:00
    iTunes
    Steve Jobs
  • The iTunes Music Store has sold 5 million songs
  • Shows a clip of a Jay Leno parody of the iTunes Music Store commercial
  • 6:36
    Safari
    Steve Jobs
  • Users have downloaded 5 million copies of the beta Safari app
  • Declares that today Safari exits beta and releases version 1.0
  • Releasing a Safari SDK today
  • 7:58
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • There are now 7 million active users and 6000 apps on Mac OS X
  • Announces Panther, with 100 new features
  • Panther adds a lot more Unix and Windows features
  • Panther introduces a new Finder that is user centric instead of computer centric, has fastersearching, an action button and labels
  • Does a demo of the new Finder
  • iDisk has been updated to sync files automatically
  • Introduces Exposé, for quickly seeing all open windows at once, and does a demo
  • To secure your home folder, you can now use FileVault
  • Mail has been improved with HTML rendering, addresses becoming objects, and thread management
  • Panther has built-in fax support
  • Introduces, Pixlet, a studio-grade codec for QuickTime, requested by Pixar
  • Shows the PDF features of Preview
  • Panther adds FontBook, a font management tool
  • Says that iChat becomes iChat AV, adding audio and video chats
  • Does a demo by doing some video calls with Phil Schiller backstage, Jean Marie Hullot in Paris, and receives a video call from Al Gore
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "Takes a little longer to negotiate with France"
  • iChat AV will be available as a beta today, and will be bundled with Panther and available for Jaguar for $29
  • Panther will be available by the end of the year for $129
  • Shows some footage of a panther stalking prey, and then a "longhorn" cow chewing its cud
  • Microsoft
    Microsoft Opprobrium
    "Our competition was going to be ready in 2004. They've slipped to 2005, some people tell us they might slip to 2006."
    54:23
    iSight
    Steve Jobs
  • Announces the iSight firewire camera to accompany iChat AV
  • It includes three different stands for mounting atop monitors
  • iSight is available today for $149
  • Free Audience Giveaway
    Free Audience Giveaway
    An iSight camera
    59:01
    Xcode
    Steve Jobs
  • Announces Xcode, a development tool for Mac OS X
  • Highlights how Xcode makes coding and compiling faster
  • 1:03:24
    Xcode
    Chris Espinosa
  • Does a demo of Xcode
  • 1:08:56
    Xcode
    Steve Jobs
  • Xcode is included in Mac OS X Panther
  • 1:09:22
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
    One More Thing...
    One More Thing...
    PowerMac G5
    Rumor Acknowledgment
    Rumor Acknowledgment
    Premature specification on the Apple web site
  • Announces the world's fastest personal computer, the PowerMac G5
  • The G5 is a 64-bit processor running at speeds of up to 2 GHz
  • Goes through the architecture and specs of the G5 system
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "Massive branch prediction logic. I don't know what it does. Predicts branches."
    Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    IBM's Dr. John E. Kelly III
  • Dismisses the old PowerMac enclosure as not good enough for the new PowerMac
  • Pedestal Reveal
    Pedestal Reveal
    PowerMac G5
  • The PowerMac G5 has nine fans and four cooling zones
  • Ships in August starting at $1999
  • Compares PowerMac G5 performance to the best consumer and server Intel Pentium chips
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Adobe's Greg Gilley
    1:34:28
    PowerMac
    Phil Schiller
  • Runs a Photoshop script on a PowerMac G5 and Intel Xeon computer
  • Waiting
    Uncomfortable Waiting
    The Xeon computer is pretty slow
    1:37:21
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
    Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Luxology's Brad Peebler
    Motion Capture Animation (with Phil's help)
    Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Wolfram Research's Theodore Gray
    Mathematica 5
    Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "It's got a spare processor, if you want to leave Microsoft Word running"
    1:45:24
    PowerMac
    Gerhard Lengeling
  • Details how powerful the G5 is running Logic
  • Does a demo with Phil of Logic on the PowerMac G5 and Cubase on Windows trying to play Matrix trailer music
  • 1:51:09
    PowerMac
    Steve Jobs
  • Announces that they will be at 3 GHz within 12 months
  • We Made a Video
    We Made a Video
    Apple's Phil Schiller, Jon Rubinstein, & Jony Ive, plus IBM's Dr. John E. Kelly III, Pixar's Ed Catmull, Luxology's Brad Peebler, Adobe's Bruce Chizen, and Wolfram Research's Theodore Gray talk about the PowerMac G5
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