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Gallery: Live from Apple's WWDC

Steve Jobs' temporary replacement, Phil Schiller, kicks off Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
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Mac fans crowd to get into the Moscone Center West for Apple's World Wide Developer's Conference.

Follow the action with a live blog by Ed Burnette.

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Apple's Phil Schiller says about 5,200 Mac fans are attending the show - more than the Google I/O event.

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First up is a 15-inch MacBook Pro with a "revolutionary built-in" battery.

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Guess how much it cost?

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Three models compared.

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Schiller claims the new notebooks will all meet the Energy Star 5.0 ratings.

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Schiller introduces a a better Leopard, now with... Exchange support?

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The new Safari 4 will ship today for Leopard, Tiger, and Windows. Safari 4 is faster for HTML and JavaScript than Chrome 2, Firefox 3, and IE8.

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You can now edit video within QuickTime.

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Bertrand Serlet, senior vice president of OS X software, talks about more power inside new MacBooks.

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Serlet shows off how you can hook up Mac Exchange to your e-mail.

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Snow Leopard's price tag.

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Next up, iPhone OS 3.0. Now with cut-n-paste.

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Tethering between computer and iPhone.

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You can search across music, e-mail, notes...

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In iTunes, you can rent and purchase movies and TV shows straight from your iPhone.

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Find My iPhone lets you erase data remotely.

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Find my iPhone lets you track your lost device.

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When you're racing in the car in Asphalt 5, you can get into your iTunes playlist and play that music directly in the game.

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TomTom accessory provides more accurate GPS, handsfree calling, plays iPhone music over car stereo, even charges the phone.

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Your new car remote locking system.

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And, the grand finale - the new iPhone 3GS, where the S stands for speed.

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The iPhone 3GS has a built-in video camera and allows you to edit clips on the phone.

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The iPhone 3GS features a compass and maps.

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You can send text, photos, videos, and more.

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