CNBC.com's Real-Time Coverage of Apple CEO Steve Jobs Keynote at Apple Developers Conference
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Leopard will be sold for $129.
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Number Ten - Time machine. This is an application that automatically backs up all of a user's computer. It lets users find deleted files, too ... lets them go "back in time". This too was previewed during last year's keynote.
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Number Nine - iChat now lets you put different backdrops on the videoconferencing tool. This is one of several new features of iChat.
So far nothing major from Jobs keynote. The Leopard features he's been speaking about were pretty much previewed in last year's keynote. Also, he has yet to say anything about iPhone. It's been all Leopard all the time.
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Number Eight - Dashcode, Apple is adding a movie widget to this application that lets users look up movie times, buy tickets on Fandango and see a movie trailer. Also adding "webclip" which lets users make their own widgets.
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Number Seven - Spaces, this lets users look at a variety of different applications on their computer at once.
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Number Six - Bootcamp is going to be built into Leopard which means users won't need to download it. Bootcamp lets Mac users run Microsoft's Windows XP and Vista on their machine.
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Number Five - core animation on Leopard.
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