Photo by shapeshiftMacworld 2010 has now been scheduled and it will take place between February 9 – 13, 2010 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco. Earlier this year, Apple announced that they will not participate this upcoming event, which primary focuses on the Apple product platform.
The Macworld 2010 is described as “a five-day event that educates, entertains and immerses attendees in the Apple products community and offers access to hundreds of the newest Mac products and services, paired with expert advice and demonstrations from the industry’s leading visionaries.”
Next year’s Macworld has got something new in its sleeves, and according to the official report, it will include:
– a Main Stage with feature presentations for enthusiasts of all levels
– dozens of conference sessions tackling key topics and issues in the market, such as the recently announced sessions on Snow Leopard and Final Cut Pro
– the Mobile Applications Showcase, making its debut in 2010, where the latest innovations from iPhone and iPod touch developers will be highlighted
– the ultimate shopping experience where attendees can see, touch, test and buy products right on the show floor.
Additional content and special events will be announced from Macworld in the coming weeks. Last time Macworld Conference and Expo was held, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing, Philip Schiller, took the stage and delivered the opening keynote and announced iWork ‘09, iLife ‘09, 17-inch unibody MacBook Pro and that iTunes would begin to sell all music DRM-free.