SAN FRANCISCO: All things Apple will be on the menu this week as tech fans flock to the Macworld/iWorld 2014 event in San Francisco.
The event, taking place at Moscone Centre North, highlights the intersection of creativity and technology coming out of the Apple-products marketplace.
Tens of thousands of attendees are expected to pass through the doors, from app developers and enterprise IT professionals, to Apple-product consumers of all ages.
As well as the chance to see cutting-edge, new products and applications, there will also be a series of presentations from tech luminaries, including Robert Scoble, Shel Israel and Robyn Miller.
Visitors will have access to more than fifty tech-talks as well as the opportunity to get a first glance at more than a hundred products that will debut in 2014.
"This year's event is about celebrating and showcasing the innovation being driven by the Apple developer community -- the most passionate and creative technology ecosystem in the world," said Paul Kent, vice president and general manager of Macworld/iWorld.
A dynamic expo floor will feature hundreds of companies showcasing the latest in software, hardware, peripherals, accessories and applications for the Apple products platform.
A full list of exhibitors can be found at http://macworldiworld.com/expo-hall.
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"On display will be some of the most cutting-edge apps, wearable devices, software and peripherals attendees have ever seen, including six of the hottest new products poised to break in 2014," Kent added.
Attendees will also have access to many different 'how to' and 'industry-insight' sessions. These will be used, as Kent explains: "To equip the next generation of innovators and inspire them to greatness".
Macworld/iWorld will take place in San Francisco from March 27-29 at Moscone Center North.
More info is available on the Macworld/iWorld website available at this link.
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