Today, Apple’s biggest conference Macworld, opened for registration. The dates for Macworld 2009 will be January 5-9.
Apple has traditionally used Macworld as a time to make some fairly big product announcements and updates.
In 2008, Apple announced the MacBook Air, Time Capsule, iPod touch software update, Apple TV 2, and the iPhone/iPod touch SDK.
In 2007, they announced the iPhone, the final name for Apple TV, and the change of name from Apple Computer Inc. to Apple Inc.
The Macworld Expo Wikipedia page has a great rundown of all the announcements made at each Expo dating back to 1998.
The cost to attend Macworld varies greatly from as low as around $200 to as much as $1,900 so be sure to check out the Macworld Expo site for all the info.
Have you been to previous Macworld Expos? What was your overall experience like? Will you be going to Macworld 2009?