Sneak Peeks From Macworld 2009

Posted: Jan 3 2009, 8:35am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:23pm CDT, in News | Macworld Expo

 
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Despite Steve Jobs not attending Macworld 2009, the hype and interest is still unbroken. Like every year Apple fans try to sneak into the Moscone Center in San Francisco to land a spy shot of a banner or anything that could point to a new product Apple is going to announce on Tuesday.
AppleInsider published a couple photos of banners from the Macworld 2009 that are covered by white blankets. It must be a real challenge to setup a trade-show without revealing anything during the setup.Next year Apple employees will not have to go through this hassle as Apple pulled out of Macworld for good.
Italian site SetteB (via MacRumors) has lots of photos from the setup of Macword 2009, revealing nothing like the banner photos above.
The current guesses on what Phil Schiller will reveal at the Apple Macworld 2009 keynote include the new OS X Snow Leopard, a new Mac mini, and the iPhone nano 3G. More Macworld 2009 News.

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