Until a couple of years ago, Apple used to celebrate one of its Keynotes during this fair with some success until it decided to separate from it to go freelance (this year, for example, Apple presented the iPad in a separate Keynote at the Yerbabuena Center). This means that Macworld will focus on exhibiting products from Apple’s accessory manufacturers and software from leading developers.
Seeing what they presented last year, we are sure that in the 2011 edition we will see interesting news that of course we will explain at Apple as soon as the event starts. If you are lucky enough to be in San Francisco for those days, you can get a completely free pass if you register before July 26th. As soon as the day passes by, attendees who register will pay the normal price of admission.