The Best (Most Powerful) iPhone Moments From Apple’s Macworld Keynote

Apple has been readying us for the launch of the iPhone 2 weeks ago. They’ve kept clues and hints in their ads, launching websites filled with rumors. We had our fingers crossed hoping it was true and even filed a lawsuit! Finally it happened! Apple announced their latest craze – the iPhone 3G at the Macworld convention on January 7th 2009 and so began another period of intense anticipation, this time to see if they could maintain their momentum from the original event

An Introduction to Apple’s Keynote

It was an amazing event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and it was not just because World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee gave a talk. Instead, the star of the show was undoubtedly the latest iPhone/iPad model.

However, even if you didn’t attend Macworld Expo yourself, there’s no need to feel left out – because we’ve got you covered with our roundup of some of the best (most powerful) iPhone moments from Apple’s keynote address.

What Keynote announcements were made before the iPhone?

Apple’s keynote started with a video that introduced the new MacBook Pros. The new models include an updated design with a Touch Bar on the keyboard and up to 16GB of RAM. The one major change is that the battery has been reduced in size, from 56mm to 45mm.
Next, Jeff Williams, senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing at Apple, talked about the company’s newest operating system – macOS Sierra. Mac sales have been increasing since it was released last fall, and Williams said features like Photos for iCloud and AirPlay 2 make macOS Sierra an even better platform for users.
Finally, Timothy Duddy, the executive in charge of Apple’s ecosystem development, talked about some of the apps that will be coming to macOS Sierra (including iMovie and GarageBand).

Highlights of iPhone Announcements

Apple’s Macworld Keynote was packed full of iPhone announcements, and below are some of the best (most powerful) iPhone moments from the presentation.

– The new iPhone XS Max is Apple’s biggest and most powerful phone yet – it has a 6.5 inch curved OLED display with a resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels, making it the first phone to have a display with that resolution. It also comes with an updated Face ID system, and new camera features including Portrait mode and Super Resolution Zoom.

– The new iPhone XR is also impressive – it has a 6.1 inch LCD display with a resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels, and it comes in gold, silver, and rose gold versions. It also has the same Face ID system as the iPhone XS Max, but it doesn’t have a notch at the top of the screen like the other iPhones do.

– The new iPad Pro is even faster than before – it has an updated A12X Bionic chip that makes it up to four times faster than the previous iPad Pro model. It comes in six different models with different screen sizes and configurations, ranging from an 11 inch model with a Retina

Additional announcements about the PC later on in Jobs’ speech

In his Macworld Keynote, Apple’s CEO announced a slew of new product updates for both the iPhone and iPad, with the most exciting announcement being that the company will release an updated iPad model in October that will include a camera. Jobs also mentioned that there would be new products in categories like music, video, and photography in the near future. Finally, Jobs professed his love for PC users and reassured PC users that Apple continues to invest in the Mac platform.