Today it became known that the famous Macworld / iWorld expo dedicated to the products Apple, software and accessories, will not take place in 2015. This is the official statement of the organizer IDG. Instead Macworld / iWorld all are waiting quite a different event.
The first exhibition Macworld / iWorld took place in 1985, and the next was to be the thirty-first. However, this was not to happen. According to IDG, Macworld / iWorld 2015 will not take place. Instead, the organizers are planning to hold an exhibition MacIT, dedicated to corporate solutions for OS X and iOS.
Macworld/iWorld will not take place in 2015 and the show is going on hiatus. The show saw a remarkable 30 year run that changed the technology industry, provided an important forum for Apple developers to bring new companies and products to market, delivered world class professional development to Apple product enthusiasts, and fostered the development of one of the most dynamic professional communities in the tech marketplace.
The solution of IDG can be treated differently, but you can not deny the fact that, starting in 2009, attendance at the exhibition has been decreasing. All is explained quite simply. Until 2009, Apple has used Macworld / iWorld for the announcement of new products, including the very first iPhone, but then ended this practice. However, the wording of “paused” leaves the event a chance to return in the future. [viMacRumors]