Steve Jobs is the man who brought us the joy that is the iPod and gave us the iPhone. The man behind Apple recently threw Macworld 2008 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, revealing many of Apple’s latest technological advances to the public from Jan. 14-18. Over 50,000 people pre-ordered tickets to the event, which was rumored to feature rapper Jay-Z dishing out rhymes to visitors while they browsed Apple’s latest and upcoming wares.
Of course, it was not the music people flocked to the Moscone for, but for the cool and shiny new toys that Apple presented. As for college students in the 21st century, it’s hard to deny that the majority of them don’t walk around plugged-in one way or another. Since Apple seems to be gaining more territory in the tech world, many university students are sure to find some of Macworld 2008’s attractions helpful and interesting.
The Macbook Air is one of Apple’s big-ticket items to crawl out from behind the company’s velvet curtain. Sitting at a feathery three pounds and under an inch in thickness