Apple CEO Steve Jobs discusses the iPhone during his keynote address on the opening day of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2007 in San Francisco, US, last week.
While the iPhone was a hot topic, the majority of Jobs’ keynote was given over to speaking about the next version of Apple’s OS X operating system, Leopard, which is scheduled to be launched in October.
Among the features in Leopard that Jobs discussed in his keynote, he highlighted Bootcamp, which allows Mac users to run a native version of Windows.
Games developer Electronic Arts announced at the Apple developer conference that it will bring more of its most popular game titles to the Mac platform, helping to boost its popularity.
Apple is making the next version of its web browser, Safari 3, available for both Mac and Windows users, a move that could allow it to increase its share of the browser market.
By making its Safari browser available on Windows, Apple is taking on Microsoft on its own turf: here Jobs is seen laughing at an image of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Apple is continuing its collaboration with Intel, Jobs said during his keynote. Here, he gives an award to Intel CEO Paul Otellini.
People wait in line for the opening day of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2007 in San Francisco, US, last week. The event draws developers and IT professionals from around the world.