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Always wanted to attend an Apple keynote? This photo stream from Monday's address at the Worldwide Developers Conference gets you close to being there.

The grand finale was the company's unveiling of the iPhone 3G S; the S stands for "speed." Also announced was a new $99 iPhone, as well as updates to the MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air, Snow Leopard, and Safari.

Click here for a roundup of the news, or here for the live blog.

This slide captures the scene just before the keynote got under way.

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Stage left before the keynote begins

Stage left before the keynote begins Monday.

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Poking a little fun at Microsoft

The keynote opened by poking a little fun at Microsoft.

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WWDC 2009 is sold out

WWDC 2009 is sold out.

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Active users of OS X

Active users of OS X have increased dramatically in recent years.

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15-inch MacBook Pro is only $1699

15-inch MacBookPro is only $1699.

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Beefed up processors in new MacBooks

The new MacBook Pro gets beefed-up processors.

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Increased MacBook Pro memory

The MacBook Pros also get increased memory.

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13-inch MacBook Pro stats and prices

Here are some stats and prices for the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro.

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The "greenest" line of notebooks ever

Apple says it is launching the greenest line of notebooks ever.

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Snow Leopard is unleashed

Snow Leopard is unleashed.

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Expose in the dock

Expose in the dock enables easy switching between windows.

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Safari 4 in Snow Leopard

Here's a look at the Safari 4 browser in Snow Leopard.

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Safari 4 versus IE 8

Here are Acid3 Web standards test results comparing the Safari 4 browser and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8.

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Safari 4 speed and performance

Apple says the new version of its browser has improved speed and overall performance.

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QuickTime X

QuickTime X is built on new core technologies.

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Showing off upgrades to QuickTime

Showing off upgrades to QuickTime.

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New graphics processors

The new MacBooks are getting upgraded graphics-processing power.

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Grand Central Dispatch

Grand Central Dispatch takes advantage of multicore processors.

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GCD unleashes the power of graphics processors

Grand Central Dispatch unleashes the power of graphics processors to accelerate application performance.

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Snow Leopard supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

Snow Leopard supports Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

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Snow Leopard pricing

For Leopard users, Snow Leopard is only $29!

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50,000 apps in Apple's App Store.

50,000 apps in Apple's App Store.

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1 billion apps downloaded.

Since its launch, 1 billion applications have been downloaded.

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iPhone OS 3.0 is coming

iPhone OS 3.0 is coming.

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Cut, copy, and paste

Cut, copy, and paste are coming to iPhone OS 3.0.

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Search across address book, music, notes, e-mails, and messages.

Search across address book, music, notes, e-mails and messages.

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Music and books can be purchased through iTunes directly to the iPhone.

Music and books can be purchased through iTunes directly to the iPhone.

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Tether the iPhone to your computer

Tether the iPhone to your computer.

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Speedy JavaScript in iPhone 3.0

Speedy JavaScript in iPhone 3.0.

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iPhone 3.0 has tons of new stuff

iPhone 3.0 has tons of new stuff.

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iPhone 0S 3.0 will support 80 languages

iPhone 0S 3.0 will support 80 languages.

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Find My iPhone

A feature called Find My iPhone will show you a map of where you left your phone.

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Ping your iPhone from any phone

Ping your iPhone from any phone, and it plays a tone, even if set to silent.

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Still can't find it? Wipe its data clean remotely

Still can't find your lost iPhone? Wipe its data clean remotely.

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P2P connectivity enables multiplayer gaming

P2P connectivity enables multiplayer gaming.

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Developers are already working to build on the iPhone OS 3.0

Developers are already working to build on the iPhone OS 3.0.

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"Asphalt 5" on iPhone OS 3.0

"Asphalt 5" on iPhone OS 3.0.

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ScrollMotion's Iceberg app bookstore for the iPhone.

ScrollMotion's Iceberg app bookstore for the iPhone.

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Turn-by-turn directions with TomTom's iPhone app

Users can get turn-by-turn directions with TomTom's iPhone app.

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TomTom in-car accessory

TomTom is offering an iPhone in-car accessory that has a speaker and charges the phone.

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StarDefense

Ngmoco's Neil Young shows of StarDefense, a new 3D game for the iPhone.

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Zipcar's app with geocoding

Using Zipcar's app with geocoding, users get a map readout of the location of available cars to rent.

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Unlock the Zipcar right from your iPhone

Unlock the Zipcar right from your iPhone.

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Line 6 and Planet Waves debut an app

Line 6 and Planet Waves debut an app that lets users control a guitar and an amp right from an iPhone.

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iPhone OS 3.0 is free for iPhone customers

iPhone OS 3.0 is free for iPhone customers, but $9.95 for first- and second-gen iPod Touch owners.

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Apple's share of the mobile browsers

Apple has captured a wide share of the Internet's mobile-browser usage.

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iPhone apps available compared with other phone platforms

iPhone apps available compared with other phone platforms.

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The new iPhone 3G S, similar in design to the previous model

The new iPhone 3G S, similar in design to the previous model.

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The S stands for speed

The S stands for speed.

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A photo taken on the new iPhone 3G S, which has a 3-megapixel camera

A photo taken on the new iPhone 3G S, which has a 3-megapixel camera.

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iPhone 3G S includes video capture with editing capabilities

iPhone 3G S includes video capture with editing capabilities.

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iPhone 3G S has a built-in compass

iPhone 3G S has a built-in compass.

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Improved encryption and security in the iPhone 3G S

Improved encryption and security in the iPhone 3G S.

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Improved battery life on the iPhone 3G S

Improved battery life on the iPhone 3G S.

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The 32GB iPhone 3G S will sell for $299

The 32GB iPhone 3G S will sell for $299.

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The iPhone 3G S will also be available in an 8GB model for $99

The iPhone will also be available in an 8GB model for $99.

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The iPhone 3G S will be available in these countries on June 19th

The iPhone 3G S will be available in these countries on June 19th, with availability in others to follow shortly.

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