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Macworld report part 4

Weird, I forgot to publish this. Here it is.

A rig for shooting your own 360 degrees virtual reality things.
Testing headphones. Headphones were the most common item on the expo floor after iPhone/iPad/iPod cases.
Macworld visitos smiling with their bags full of swag.

Macworld report part 1

I started following the Macworld Expo since long before the days of the Internet. But this is the first time that I’ve had the opportunity to attend. Macworld Expo is famous for being the place where Steve Jobs would use his superpowers to induce mass nerdgasms whenever he unveiled Apple’s latest creation, among others: iMac, iBook, iTunes, Safari, and of course, iPhone.

Sadly, in 2009 Apple decided not to participate in Macworld anymore. When Apple went, so did other large developers. But the Expo is still going year after year.

I bought expo floor-only passes. The conferences didn’t seem attractive enough to warrant the cruelty of putting Shlomit through them. So, a team of three correspondents (we were joined by Amit) from The MKX® attended Macworld.

About 2/3 of the expo area were covered with every imaginable iPhone/iPad case/stand. Still, here are some of the interesting things we saw from the other 1/3.

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Continue reading Macworld report part 1