Apple is hosting its annual Apple Festival of Jobs, which runs through March 1.
The event features a keynote address from Apple CEO Tim Cook and is open to the public, though attendees must be 21 years old.
The Apple Festival is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is expected to attract tens of thousands of people.
The Macworld festival, which kicks off March 1, also features keynote speeches from Tim Cook, former Apple executive John Sculley, and other top execs.
With a focus on technology, the event also features a special concert by the Macheads, the MacJam, which will feature the Macworld lineup.
Macworld’s MacJam is one of the largest free concerts in the world, featuring a full lineup of artists including Steve Jobs, Tim Cook.
There are also a number of other events, including the Mac Jam’s annual Apple Day, which takes place March 12, and the MacWorld Macfest, which is open March 15.
With the Apple Festival event set to kick off March 12 and ending on March 15, many Macworld attendees may want to consider staying for the event itself.
It’s the second annual event that Apple hosts, and it’s a lot of fun, especially for the Mac fans.
It is also the first time that Apple has held its annual MacJam in the United States.
In fact, Apple has hosted MacJam events in the U.S. for nearly a decade.
However, the festival itself is the biggest event for Macworld, with over 200,000 attendees and more than a thousand workshops throughout the festival grounds.
The festival is also notable for its unique theme.
“The Mac Jam celebrates our history, the future and the future of the Mac and the Apple brand,” Apple CEO Craig Federighi said in a press release.
“We hope this event gives you the opportunity to join us in celebrating the Mac.”
With Macworld and the festival, Apple is adding another step to its annual celebration.
“This year, Apple will be giving the Mac community the opportunity, through the Macjam, to get involved in the Mac festival.
We are proud to be able to host the Mac Festival, the largest in the company’s history,” Apple spokesperson Kristina Kallstrom said in an email.
“Through the Macfest events, we are celebrating the achievements and contributions of the hundreds of thousands who have worked so hard to build the best computer ever.”
While Apple is hoping to bring the MacmajJam back to Macworld next year, there are other options for Macfest attendees to celebrate this year’s event.
Apple is holding the MacMajJam for Mac users at the Macmillan campus in Sydney, Australia, with Macworld co-founder and CEO Steve Wozniak on hand to host.
Apple will also be holding its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 23, 2019, with attendees able to attend the MacFest festivities from Apple’s Apple headquarters.
You can also take part in the Apple Fest festivities online, which are available for download from the Mac Fest website.
With Applefest in the cards, we’ll be taking a closer look at all the Mac festivals that are scheduled to take place this year.
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