Macworld is no more. Say hi instead to Macworld/iWorld. IDG World Expo has announced the rebranding, describing it as “the ultimate iFanEvent where those who use, create and love Apple products will gather for three days to celebrate the intersection of technology and art.”

Building on Macworld’s legacy as the event for the Apple products marketplace, Macworld/iWorld will showcase innovations for all Apple-related platforms, software, and app development, serving as a true reflection of today’s evolving iOS, says Paul Kent, vice president and general manager of Macworld | iWorld 2012.

In addition to its products showcase, Macworld/iWorld will feature Music, Film and Art Showcases that include performances, screenings, workshops and galleries. As part of the event, attendees will experience three days of Tech Talks on key mobile content initiatives, including iCloud and Siri, an expanded Mobile Apps Showcase and several new experiential attractions.

Macworld/iWorld will take place Jan. 26-28, 2012, at the Moscone Center – West Hall in San Francisco. Registration is now open at: .

Macworld iFan Passes provide access to the Music Experience, Film Event, Art Showings, Tech Talks, and Exhibit Floor and start at US$75. Exhibits only passes start at $25. Additional information about event passes can be found at: .