The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
Macworld SF 2006
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
1 hour, 35 minutes
Moscone West
Public & Press
Steve Jobs
A standard definition version is available on YouTube.
Steve Jobs
  • There are 135 Apple retail stores, with 26 million visitors last quarter, giving the stores their first $1 billion revenue quarter
  • CFO Peter Oppenheimer said that the overall revenue figure would also need to be released this morning, which Steve announces was $5.7 billion last quarter
  • 2:45
    Steve Jobs
  • Holiday quarter number of iPods sold have gone from 4.5 million in 2004 to 14 million in 2005
  • 4:42
    Steve Jobs
  • iTunes Music Store has sold 850 million songs, at a rate of 3 million a day, for a market share of 83%
  • 8 million videos have been sold
  • Shows some sports and SNL clips now available for sale on iTunes
  • 9:27
    Steve Jobs
  • Introduces a new remote control/FM tuner for iPod
  • It will be available today for $49
  • Chrysler has announced iPod integration
  • We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Silhouette: Wynton Marsalis "Sparks"
    Steve Jobs
  • Says the name of the show is Macworld, and they're going to talk about Mac for the rest of the keynote
  • Starts with Aperture, which came out last November
  • We Made a Video
    We Made a Video
    Photographers Joe Buissink and Heinz Kluetmeier talk about Aperture
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • There are now 1500 Widgets available for Mac OS X Tiger
  • Shows some new Widgets for Google searches, address book, snow conditions, calendars, white pages, sports
  • A new release of TIger is available today with these Widgets
  • 18:25
    Steve Jobs
  • Introduces iLife '06
  • 19:41
    Steve Jobs
  • iPhoto '06 is faster, can handle 250,000 photos, has full-screen editing, one-click effects, and improved printed products
  • It also adds a new sharing feature called Photocasting that uploads photos to .Mac and creates an RSS feed
  • Does a demo of the new iPhoto
  • 33:06
    Steve Jobs
  • HD camcorders are now under $1600
  • iMovie '06 adds animated themes, new effects and audio features, exporting to iPod, and video podcast support
  • Does a demo of the new iMovie
  • 38:18
    Steve Jobs
  • iDVD '06 adds widescreen output, quick production using themes, new themes, and support for third-party burners
  • 39:44
    Steve Jobs
  • GarageBand '06 adds podcast creation, new effects and jingles, ducking, speech enhancers, and integration with iChat for remote interviews
  • Does a demo of the new GarageBand
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "Hi. I'm Steve and welcome to my new weekly podcast: Super Secret Apple Rumors"
  • Announces a new Jam Pack for GarageBand
  • 46:04
    Steve Jobs
  • Introduces a new member of iLife called iWeb, that makes it easy to share photos, videos, taste in music, and blogs on a .Mac-hosted web site
  • Shows a 2 x 2 matrix of web page tools, and says that all existing ones are either Easy & Ugly, or Beautiful & Hard. iWeb is Easy & Beautiful
  • Does a demo of iWeb
  • 58:45
    Steve Jobs
  • iLife is available today for $79, or $99 for a family pack, and continues to be free for new Macs
  • 59:22
    Steve Jobs
  • .Mac has 1 million subscribers
  • 1:00:05
    Steve Jobs
  • A new version of Keynote, being used for today's presentation, adds 3D charts, image editing and reflections, freeform shapes & masks, tables, and new themes and templates
  • 1:01:23
    Steve Jobs
  • Had a very good year for selling Macs, but the big news was Intel
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Intel's Paul Otellini, wearing a clean-room bunny suit, comes out in a cloud of smoke and hands a chip wafer to Steve
  • Both say their companies are ready for the transition, and Steve reveals the first Mac to get an Intel chip, the new iMac
  • Shows some quotes of reviews of the iMac G5
  • The new iMac will have the same sizes, design, features, and prices as the G5 model; the difference will be the speed
  • The new iLife and iWork software announced earlier will be universal binaries that support both PowerPC and Intel. The pro apps, Final Cut, Aperture and Logic will be universal in March and can be "crossgraded" for $49
  • Says that Quark will be releasing QuarkExpress as a universal app
  • Reiterates that Rosetta will run PowerPC applications like Microsoft Office
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Microsoft's Roz Ho
  • Does a demo of the Intel iMac that's been running the keynote all morning
  • The Intel iMacs are shipping today starting at $1299
  • We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Starting today the Intel chip will be set free, and get to live life inside a Mac
    MacBook Pro
    Steve Jobs
    One More Thing...
    One More Thing...
    MacBook Pro
  • Laments how frustrating it's been that the PowerBook couldn't run a G5 chip
  • Goes through the performance per watt specs of the G4, G5 and Intel chips
  • Says they are done with "power", and shows off the new MacBook Pro
  • The MacBook Pro adds a brighter display, iSight camera, IR sensor, and MagSafe
  • Does a demo by doing an iChat video call with Phil out in the audience with the new MacBook Pro
  • Goes through the new features of the MacBook Pro
  • And Boy, Have We Patented It
    And Boy, Have We Patented It
    "It just yanks right out. Nothing gets damaged. Patent pending! The new MagSafe power adaptor."
    And Boy, Have We Patented It
    And Boy, Have We Patented It
    "Sudden motion sensor, which as you know, Apple invented and holds all the patents for."
  • The 15" MacBook Pro will be available in February starting at $1999
  • We Made an Ad
    We Made an Ad
    Starting today the Intel chip will be set free, and get to live life inside a Mac
  • Points out that Apple is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary, and shows an old photo of him and Steve Wozniak
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