Steve Jobs to Kick Off Apple Expo 2001
CUPERTINO, California—August 21, 2001—Apple® today announced that Apple CEO Steve Jobs will give the opening keynote address at Apple Expo 2001 in Paris on Wednesday, September 26 at 10:00 a.m. CET in the Palais des Congres. Apple Expo 2001 will be held at the Paris Expo in Porte de Versailles, September 26-30.
“My keynote will focus on Mac OS X v10.1, the super-fast new version of Mac OS X, and our revolutionary new iDVD 2 software, which lets users create their own custom DVDs that can be played on consumer DVD players,” said Steve Jobs. “This has been an incredible new product year for Apple, so we don’t plan to launch any new hardware products in Paris this year.”
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