What does Apple have in store?
The line outside Apple's January 27 event.
Getting ready for the big event. Media pass in hand.
Welcome to "our latest creation."
$15.6B in revenues. That's a lot of i-products.
The early days: 1976.
Steve Jobs kicks off the Jan. 27 Apple event.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, live from San Francisco.
An email demo on the new Apple iPad.
The familiar iconography.
Steve Jobs shows off the new iPad.
And it's called....drum roll please... the iPad.
iPad is powered by Apple's custom silicon. “We did it in house and it just screams,” says Jobs.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs walks through the new iPad's specs.
Super-skinny: The iPad is .5 inches thin and it weighs 1.5 pounds.
Steve Jobs demos WiFi, BlueTooth, accelerometer, compass.
"In addition to 10 hours of battery life, iPad offers a full month of standby time,” says Jobs.
"We built iPad to run virtually every app in the App store right out of the box." Scott Forstall, Apple SVP of iPhone software.
Forstall runs a racing game in full screen using the pixel doubling feature.
More demos from Gameloft, The New York Times and EA.
Locked and loaded.
"Today we’re announcing the iBooks store." Supported by Penguin, Simon & Schuster and other publishers.
Jobs: "We think iPad is going to be a very popular e-reader--not just for bestsellers, but for textbooks as well.”
Jobs: "Amazon did a great job with their reader and we’re standing on their shoulders here.”
Apple's SVP of worldwide product marketing, Phil Schiller, demos iWork.
Schiller demos Keynote: slide navigator on left, tap to load individual slides.
Nice use of multi-touch: Pinch to resize photos, tap to insert animations and transitions.
Carrier details: $29.99 for all you can eat. And -- no contract.