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Phil Schiller Keynote Pictures

MWSF 2003 Photo Gallery 3 - Phil Schiller Keynote Pictures

by , 5:15 PM EST, January 9th, 2003


John F. Braun attended Phil Schiller's keynote (see our full report for more information on the keynote, including download figures for Safari, and more). He also was able to shoot some images of the event, which we are pleased to present.

Some of this keynote covered ground already presented by Steve Jobs during his Tuesday keynote, but Mr. Schiller was able to get into more details on some topics.


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