Steve Jobs delivers the 2005 keynote address.
The four generations of the iPod Shuffle.
Steve Jobs introduces MacBook Air during keynote presentation at Macworld 2008. The event was his last Macworld appearance.
Attendees at Macworld 2006
First-generation iPod Shuffle with the cap removed to show the USB connector. The cap snaps onto the unit. The iPod Shuffle comes with a second cap on a lanyard, which a user can wear around their neck.
Childhood family home of Steve Jobs on Crist Drive in Los Altos, California, that served as the original site of Apple Computer. The home was added to a list of historic Los Altos sites in 2013.
Jobs shows Mac OS X running on an Intel processor for the first time.
Macworld 2005
First-generation iPod Shuffle in its packaging.
Jobs's 1972 Homestead High School yearbook photo
Macworld 2006
A second-generation iPod Shuffle in size-comparison to a Dell mouse.
Jobs (left) with software developer Wendell Brown in 1984
First iPhone at Macworld 2007
A third-generation iPod Shuffle.
Jobs onstage at Macworld Conference & Expo, San Francisco, January 11, 2005
Steve Jobs introduces the MacBook Air during his keynote at Macworld 2008.
The inside of a third-generation iPod Shuffle.
Jobs and Bill Gates at the fifth D: All Things Digital conference (D5) in May 2007
Phil Schiller delivers the keynote at Macworld 2009.
Various iPod Shuffles (4th generation) on display at an Apple Store.
Jobs demonstrating the iPhone 4 to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on June 23, 2010
Macworld 2010
Flags flying at half-staff outside Apple HQ in Cupertino, on the evening of Jobs's death
Macworld 2011
An Apple II with an external modem, designed primarily by Wozniak
Macworld 2012
Jobs holding up a MacBook Air at the MacWorld Conference & Expo in 2008
Macworld 2014
The original iMac, introduced in 1998, was the first consumer-facing Apple product to debut under Jobs's return.
Jobs unveiling the iPhone at MacWorld Conference & Expo on January 9, 2007
Jobs introducing the iPad in San Francisco on January 27, 2010
Jobs's house in Palo Alto
Jobs's house, as viewed from an adjacent sidewalk. Abundant fruit trees are visible next to the house.
Statue of Jobs at Graphisoft Park, Budapest

Stevenote is a colloquial term for keynote speeches given by Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple, at events such as the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, Macworld Expo, and Apple Expo.

- Stevenote

The first model was announced at the Macworld Conference & Expo on January 11, 2005; the fourth- and final-generation models were introduced on September 1, 2010.

- IPod Shuffle

Participation by Apple was usually the central event of a Macworld Expo, and from 1997 through 2008, the show was known for its keynote presentations (sometimes called "Stevenotes") delivered by Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

- Macworld/iWorld

2005: Mac Mini, iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, and the Mac transition from PowerPC to Intel processors was announced

- Stevenote

The keynote introduced the Mac Mini, iPod shuffle, and iWork.

- Macworld/iWorld

In September 2006, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced during his keynote presentation on the "It's Showtime" Special Event, that until then, Apple had sold 10 million first-generation iPod Shuffles.

- IPod Shuffle

Jobs was both admired and criticized for his consummate skill at persuasion and salesmanship, which has been dubbed the "reality distortion field" and was particularly evident during his keynote speeches (colloquially known as "Stevenotes") at Macworld Expos and at Apple Worldwide Developers Conferences.

- Steve Jobs

After the first few generations of iPod, Apple released the touchscreen iPod Touch, the reduced-size iPod Mini and iPod Nano, and the screenless iPod Shuffle in the following years.

- Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs delivers the 2005 keynote address.

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