During WWDC 2003, Apple previewed OS X 10.3 Panther and introduced Safari 1.0. Steve Jobs here also introduced iLife, Keynote, and a new line of PowerBooks. Notably, WWDC was held just two months after Apple launched the iTunes Music Store. On that front, Steve Jobs noted that the store had already sold 5 million songs and that Apple was poised to ship its 1 millionth iPod. At the time, Jobs touted more than 6,000 apps for OS X.