The quick reference guide to Apple's keynotes
WWDC '07
Monday, June 11, 2007
1 hour, 23 minutes
Moscone West
Developers & Press
Steve Jobs
A standard definition version is available on YouTube.
Intro Video
Intro Video
PC says he is Steve Jobs and is quitting
Steve Jobs
  • Over 5000 developers attending
  • There are now 950,000 ADC developers
  • 3:09
    Steve Jobs
  • Reiterates the Intel transition was a lot of work and went smoothly
  • Presents Intel CEO Paul Otellini with a Jony Ive-designed award
  • Third Party Appearance
    Third Party Appearance
    Intel's Paul Otellini
    Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Electronic Arts' Bing Gordon
    Harry Potter, Madden, and Tigers Woods PGA Tour for Mac OS X
    Third Party Demo
    Third Party Demo
    Id's John Carmack
    id Tech 5, the latest game engine
    Mac OS X
    Steve Jobs
  • 67% of Mac users are using Tiger, and 23% are using Panther
  • Goes over 10 major features of Mac OS X Leopard, shippinh in October
  • 1. A new desktop, with a new menu bar, dock, and Stacks
  • Does a demo of the new desktop
  • 2. A new Finder, with a new sidebar, searching other Macs, Back to my Mac, and Cover Flow
  • Does a demo of the new Finder
  • 3. QuickLook, to preview files without opening them
  • Does a demo of QuickLook
  • 4. 64-bit throughout
  • Does a demo of 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the same app adjusting a 4 GB photo
  • 5. Core Animation
  • Does a demo of Core Animation by making an interactive version of the AppleTV intro movie
  • 6. Boot Camp, to allow Windows installations
  • Also highlights Parallels and VMWare's abilities to run Windows apps
  • 7. Spaces, a way to declutter and group applications into task-based screens
  • Does a demo of Spaces
  • 8. Dashboard improvements, with Dashcode for developers and Web Clip for users
  • Does a demo of Web Clip
  • 9. iChat will add multiple logins, invisibility, animated buddy icons, video recording, tabbed chats, Photo Booth effects, slideshows, and backdrops
  • Does a demo of the new iChat with Phil Schiller
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    A photo of Steve Ballmer with Phil's mouth says "I love my Mac"
  • 10. Time Machine, an automated backup tool
  • Does a demo of Time Machine
  • Developers get a copy today
  • Pretty Decent Joke
    Pretty Decent Joke
    "We've got a basic version, which costs $129, we've got a premium version, which is going to cost $129, we have a business version, which is going to cost $129, we have an enterprise version, gonna cost $129, and we have the ultimate version. We're throwing everything into it. It's $129. We think most people are going to buy the ultimate version."
    Steve Jobs
    One More Thing...
    One More Thing...
    Safari for Windows
  • There are now 18.6 million Safari users. for a 5% browser share
  • Would like to grow the market share even more than the Mac market
  • Introduces Safari for Windows
  • Does a demo of Safari on a Windows machine
  • A public beta comes out today for Tiger and Windows users
  • 1:12:57
    iPhone OS
    Steve Jobs
    One Last Thing...
    One Last Thing...
    Web Apps on iPhone
  • Says the iPhone goes on sale in 18 days
  • Developers will get a "sweet" way to put their apps on the iPhone: web apps
  • 1:15:56
    iPhone OS
    Scott Forstall
  • Shows off a sample web app on iPhone
  • 1:21:22
    iPhone OS
    Steve Jobs
  • Says companies like Salesforce and Google are working on apps like this
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