A whole new Macworld

Apple's iMac is front and center, surrounded by new products and lingering questions on the company's turnaround efforts.

CNET News staff
2 min read
Some think that the Macworld Expo should be renamed iMacworld for all its emphasis on the new Apple consumer system. The excitement surrounding the New York show seems to highlight Steve Jobs's profitable business strategy, though it remains to be seen whether the company can complete its turnaround.

Will iMac's rollout be enough?
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Jobs: Apple pegs growth to iMac
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Macworld to return to Boston
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Speed boosts for Mac on tap
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Mac OS 8.5 due in September
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Apple up on Macworld momentum
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Apple-Microsoft match paying off
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BellSouth offers ADSL for Macs
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A peek at Disney Blast for Mac
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Apple extras fill up the show
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Jobs's amazing appearing act
Apple's interim chief executive catches his own staff by surprise by showing up to address show attendees in New York.