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article imageApple Cancels Apple Expo 2001

By Jim Browm     Sep 24, 2001 in Technology
PARIS - Apple Computer has cancelled the trade show that had been due to be held in Paris Expo in Porte de Versailles, September 26-30, 2001.
“We’re canceling Apple Expo in the wake of last week’s devastating and tragic events,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We’re sorry to disappoint our users and developers, but their safety is our primary concern.” Phil Schiller, vice-president, will still deliver a keynote address at the Seybold Seminars Conference in San Francisco.
Jobs was expected to announce a release date for the updated OS 10.1, which is designed to address the shortfalls in the original release. Mac testers are reporting that the latest beta offers significant improvements in speed as well as enabling DVD authoring.
Microsoft said that the OS X version of Microsoft Office was complete and will be available in November with upgrade versions available from $145 and the full version costing $499.
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