Expo 2010 kicks off this week at the Moscone Center in San
Francisco, California. The significance of this year’s Macworld Expo
has been significantly reduced due to Apple’s decision
not to participate. Apple cited the diminished importance of trade
shows as a way to connect to its customers.
Macworld has tried to refocus the event and even made scheduling changes
to accommodate a larger audience. This year’s Macworld Expo was pushed
into February to avoid the usual conflict with CES, and even includes
Saturday floor show hours for the first time.
The expo takes place from February 9th – 13th, 2010. MacRumors
will be in attendance and will provide some coverage of the events.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to
contact us. While Apple will not be in attendance, there has been some
whispers that Apple may launch MacBook Pro revisions this Tuesday. Benchmarks
for unreleased MacBook Pros were discovered just this past weekend.
reference : macrumors.com