Macworld Expo San Francisco 2003 attracted 90,473 attendees last week.
The 19th San Francisco event saw attendance rise against 2002, when 87,890 visitors went to the show. Over 330 companies demonstrated products there. The figures failed to match 2001's 93,000 attendees. The show attracted 85,179 visitors in 2000.
Exhibitors included: Apple, Adobe, Canon, Corel, Epson, FileMaker, Macromedia and Microsoft.
As well as Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote speech, attendees were able to participate in sessions looking at the migration to OS X (with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak) and The Power of X seminar with Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing.
The event also offered twenty training sessions looking at everything from digital photography to wireless networking.
IDG World Expo's next Macworld Expo runs July 14-18 at New York City's Jacob Javits Centre.