Apple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price.
As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear: How will Apple, which has become the "It" company of digital life, top last year?
That question will be answered in part on Tuesday when Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs takes the stage at the Moscone Center for one of his highly anticipated Macworld keynote speeches. He is expected to explain his vision for the company's future and introduce new products and services, including online movie rentals through the iTunes Music Store.