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Thu 8 Jan 2009 10:00 AM

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Macworld Conference 2009

Macworld Conference 2009
As Apple takes a bow at its final Macworld, we take a visual recap of what the giant revealed at the 2009 tradeshow in San Francisco. (Getty Images)
Macworld Conference 2009
Hundreds of visitors rush to the show floor to find out what Apple has in store for its final year of participation at the annual Macworld conference. (Getty Images)
Macworld Conference 2009
Philip Schiller, senior VP of Worldwide Marketing, gave the keynote address at Macworld 2009, replacing Apple guru and CEO Steve Jobs who pulled out because of health reasons. (Getty Images)
Macworld Conference 2009
The revelation of a new 17” MacBook Pro was the highlight of the keynote. 3G downloadable songs and news that iTunes will no longer support DRM and come with new pricing schemes were also welcomed. (Getty Images)
Macworld Conference 2009
Visitors take a closer look at the new 17” MacBook Pro revealed at Macworld this year. With a trackpad button and new display, the battery life of the notebook is said to range between an impressive seven to eight hours. (Getty Images)
Macworld Conference 2009
Apple also revealed updates to their iWork suite of applications that are designed to enhance office productivity. The iLife program was also updated, offering more flexibility to manage and edit digital content. (Getty Images)
Macworld Conference 2009
Apple’s keynote address ended with a surprise when musician Tony Bennett took the stage to sing ‘I left my heart in San Francisco’. (Getty Images)

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