Apple is likely to deliver two keynote speeches on September 10, one at Seybold, San Francisco, the other in Paris, launching Apple Expo 2002.

Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, will present a special opening keynote at 9am (5pm UK time) on Tuesday September 10. He will “present Apple's current developments and strategies for creative professionals”.

At noon (8pm, UK time), Shantanu Nayaren, Adobe's executive vice president of worldwide products, will expand on the company's network publishing vision, and address the market trends and technologies that will drive the future of the publishing industry.

In France, there's a keynote speech scheduled for 10am (9am UK time) at the Palais des Congrès de Paris. The identity of the keynote speaker remains to be revealed.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivered the keynote speech in Paris in 1999 and 2000. He was originally scheduled to deliver the keynote in 2001, but the show was cancelled following the September 11 terrorist attacks.