No real surprises – discounting Safari on Windows which seems kind of lame to me. iTunes on Windows was a great move at the time as it brought Apple to the forefront of a lot of Windows users, but ‘another browser’? Am not sure – and with the vulnerability of IE7 doesn’t this just mean more people are going to work on hacking into Safari? Anyway from a selfish perspective I use Firefox and Camino virtually all the time so not bothered!
iPhone – really doesn’t do it for me anyway, and I am no developer but the development solutions seems sort of lame to me? Please correct me if I am wrong!!!
Leopard – continues to be amazing and $129 is a good price. Of course everyone that hasn’t got one will need to head out and buy an external drive as well. Not sure that I can see the ‘secret features’ unless iChat was the main thing? BUT I repeat, it looks awesome and I know one developer that I will be badgering for their views pretty soon!!!
Conclusion – am really pleased that no Mac hardware announced. WWDC is and should remain for the developers!!!
As for Twitter – it struggled with the volumes I think, especially Twitteriffic, but I held out during the keynote, got a reasonably good feel for the keynote, and a quick look at engadget at the end gave me some good visuals.