The day has finally come when Apple's presence at Macworld will no longer take place among the busy showroom floor. This will be the last time the company will exhibit at the Macworld Expo which will be held January 5-9 in San Francisco. In addition to that, Steve Jobs will not be heading the opening keynote for this year's event unfortunately. Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, Philip Schiller, will be taking the dubious honor of taking Jobs' place. For many years, Steve Jobs has been delivering exceptional speeches during the event which gave consumers plenty of interest in their product lineup. He also single handedly provided an image to a renowned powerhouse company known for their imaginative and innovative products.