So it looks like some nice stuff:
- iPhoto and iMovie with some nice updates.
- The geo-tagging in iPhoto looks cool. Will someone please figure out a way to sync my GPS with my photos for the location they were taken!!!!
- iWork on-line looks great and that it’ll give GoogleDocs a run for their money.
- And a way cool app to use your iPhone or Touch as a preview remote for slideshows!
- The 17-inch MacBook Pro looks great, but 17-inches is just too much of a hassle to haul around. I still think my 13.3 inch MacBook is huge compared to my 12-inch PowerBook.
- Non-Removable battery for the MacBook 17-inch MacBook Pro. But it lasts 8 hours and 1,000 recharge cycles (triple the standard). It’ll be interesting to see how this works out…
- The new MacBook has a matte option on the display (that’s for me!) and up to 8GB of RAM!
- Looks like all music with be DRM free by the end of the year at the iTunes store (I’m not sure if by default it’ll be DRM or if you still have to buy the ‘iTunes Plus’ version or if everything is ‘plus’). And pricing will change older stuff is cheaper and some newer stuff will be more.
- But they will still have the iTunes plus at a higher bit-rate for more money (I think). Isn’t that how you got the DRM-free before, was with the iTunes Plus?
Check out the MacWorld Keynote Coverage from Engadget, start at the bottom and scroll up.
No new Mini’s, iPhone Nanos or anything that I need.
I was hoping for tethering for the iPhone (connecting the computer to the iPhone to use it’s 3G internet) and a model with more memory…