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July 2001: Macworld New York

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It's the summer time. Time for fun in the sun, taking a dip in a cool lake, and spending a day inside a dark room watching Apple introduce their new desktop line of computers. It's an interesting month for Apple; we join Steve Jobs on stage at Macworld New York to examine the next version of OS X (10.1), the final iteration of the iMac G3, and new G4 towers. This is a keynote that throws a lot at you, literally.


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July 18th 2001




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