When Apple decided to stop exhibiting at MacWorld people wondered what would become of the show. Five years on, the show is still going strong in San Francisco, with tons of Apple-related hardware and software on display.
Apple hasn't made a product announcement at the venerable trade show since 2009. As the event turns 30 years old, it looks to its future and place among other conferences.
The Apple Byte checks out some of the new gadgets and accessories on the show floor at Macworld 2013.
For three decades, fans of Apple products have converged in San Francisco for the annual Macworld convention. Although Apple itself no longer has any involvement in the show, it's still an opportunity for enthusiasts to check out the latest accessories and software for their favorite devices. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The Macworld expo is not what it once was, but you wouldn't know it from the excitement from both vendors and Mac faithful who attended this year's show.
I had the chance to walk the floor at Macworld 2012 and visit with some old software developer friends and make some new ones. Though it wasn't as big as previous years, both the presenters and guests seemed excited to check out the latest products associated with Apple.
Western Digital announced today its first Thunderbolt storage drive, the My Book Thunderbolt Duo, at MacWorld iWorld 2012.
In our second gallery from Macworld 2012 in San Francisco, a look at some of the coolest iOS gear on display.
This week on the Apple Byte: display your iPad on a larger screen; Apple outsells Nintendo (kinda); and Ping isn't all that social after all.
Next year's Macworld Expo is now known as Macworld|iWorld, an hommage to Apple product naming, and a change that breaks with the long tradition of the show's name.