This morning, the MacBook air was the big thing: a super-portable laptop, both cool and expensive. It is innovative, but maybe not as much as the "tablet iPod touch" some imagined (like an iPod touch, but with a much larger work surface).
For those of us interested in the iPhone, Steve's keynote this morning was almost a non-event. We had a minor upgrade to the iPhone software; really nothing earth shattering. I (any many others) expected Apple to announce at least a couple of items from the list below:
- A new 3G iPhone to be released in June, maybe also equipped with a GPS and tactile feedback
- A new Apple Bluetooth stereo headset which you can use with the iPhone (A2DP)
- A new ultra-small Bluetooth keyboard for the iPhone (or maybe this one is more wishful thinking on my part than a prediction)
- Some of the new iPhone applications created by vendors who go an early access to the iPhone development kit