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Steve Jobs takes stage at WWDCAt Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, Steve Jobs opens to a warm reception from attendees. Jobs came back from medical leave to announce new Apple products.
-Welcome. Thank you. Thank you very much. It always-- Thank you. It always helps and I appreciate it very much. So...we've got an awesome morning together this morning. And thank you for coming, so much. We have over 5200 attendees here today. We sold out within 2 hours. I'm sorry, this is the biggest place we can get to have this so I'm sorry for all those people who couldn't make it, and we wish we could sell more tickets but we don't know where to have it if we do, so 5200 attendees, over 120 sessions, over 100 hands-on labs where you can take your code in and get help tuning in and porting it to some of our newer devices, and there are over a hundred Apple engineers here this week-- a thousand, sorry, Apple engineers here this week, to help you, so there's a lot of Apple folks floating around, grab them, make use of them, and we hope you have a great week here at WWDC. Now, we're gonna talk about 3 things today, you know, the-- if the hardware is the brain and the sinew of our products, the software in them is their soul, and today we are gonna talk about software. We've got some great stuff to talk about. OS X Lion, iOS 5, and some kinda interesting new cloud stuff. So, let's start with Lion. To tell us all about Lion, I'm gonna ask two of my colleagues, Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi, to take us through Lion and give us some demos. Phil. -Thank you, Steve. -Yep.