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Some 3,800 Mac insiders are expected to converge on San Francisco for company's annual Worldwide Developer Conference.

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    Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs touches on year-over-year Mac growth during his keynote address at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco on Monday.

    Credit: Ina Fried

    Jobs during keynote

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    Banners promoting Apple's Tiger OS fill the registration lobby at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.

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    WDC crowd

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    During an address to developers on Monday morning, Apple CEO Steve Jobs showed a demo of the Tiger operating system and revealed, "We've been running on an Intel system all morning."

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    Apple monitor

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    Following Jobs' keynote speech, attendees to the Worldwide Developer Conference gather in the lobby of Moscone West.

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    WDC crowd

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    The conference, expected to draw some 3,800 attendees this year to Moscone West convention center in San Francisco, is a traditional venue for Apple product launches.

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    Moscone West