Apple Expo Paris takes place in Paris, France, between September 12-16, and is being marketed with the slogan: "Five Days to build your digital life".
While that's a rough translation, the event poster offers an enigmatic image. Macs are widely used in the French medical and scientific markets. Perhaps that's why the poster depicts a strand of DNA with small logos showing a music, movie and other icons.
The show takes place at Porte De Versailles in Paris. It will feature 250 exhibitors, including Apple. A range of special events and show discounts are also planned, with the digital life being boosted as the focus of the show: "Discover how to live the digital life".
In 2005, the show attracted 56,545 visitors. This year the event will widen its extensive range of educational events focusing on music, games, video and digital photography.
No show keynote speech has yet been announced.
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