10:21 AM PT:
Jobs says there are 22 million OS X users, one third of them using Tiger, the latest version and 23 percent running Panther, the release before.
Leopard will ship in October. It will have 300 new features. Jobs is showing ten of them.
Number one, Leopard has a new desktop, one more suitable to digital photos. It has a new dock, a new menubar and something called stacks which are folders that let you get instant access to the information in your folders. This was greeted with "oos" from the audience.
10:15 AM PT:
Electronics Arts says this fall John Madden Football and Tiger Woods golf will be available for Mac.
10:12 AM PT:
Jobs say Electronic Arts is coming back to the Mac in a big way. Electronic Arts CEO Bing Gordon says titles Command and Conquer 2, Backfield 2142, Need for Speed Carbon and Harry Potter Order of the Phoenix will be available for Mac users.
10:09 AM PT:
Jobs recognizes Intel at the opening, talking about the extraordinary work Intel has done helping Apple to transition to Intel chips. Intel CEO Paul Otellini invited on stage.
Otellini says working with Apple is one of the best things that's happened in his career.
10:05 AM PT: