Apple CEO Steve Jobs is busy this morning introducing new iPod and Mac products during his keynote speech that kicks of MacWorld Conference and Expo 2006 in San Francisco. Though there is no Web video feed of the keynote available, several Mac news sites are providing live coverage of the event, including MacNN and MacWorld.
At about the midpoint in his presentation, Jobs has already announced that Mac OS X 10.4.4 will be released today (which we expect will resolve certain RAW file import problems with Aperture). Plus, he has shown updated versions of iPhoto, iDVD and iMovie, as well as a new application called iWeb, all of which are part of iLife '06. Before Jobs leaves the stage he's expected to unveil one or more Mac models sporting processors from Intel under the hood.