Well, the keynote is over and no significant iPhone news. No significant news at all, really. Quick roundup: new 17" MacBook Pro, new iWork, new iLife, DRM free iTunes music.
The only iPhone related news had to do with other products mainly. First, there are some new slideshow formats you can sync to the iPhone from the updated iPhoto. Whoop-tee-do! Second, all songs in the iTunes Music Store will be DRM free by the end of this quarter (that's March 31st to you and me). And there will be variable pricing (you know -- all the songs you want will cost more while the ones you don't want will cost less). And finally there will be a Keynote Remote app available for the iPhone. While these are great and wonderful things to some, to me it's just meh...
Where's the iPhone Nano? Were the case manufacturers just playing with us?
Where's the notification service? You know, the one that we were told would launch in September 2008? The one that was in the iPhone SDK, then pulled? Where's iChat for the iPhone?
But most importantly, where is MMS? Every $9 phone has that now. Why doesn't the most advanced phone in the world have it? I bet that new Palm to be announced tomorrow will have it.
I guess we'll have to just keep waiting for these things. Apple always does things on their own time schedule. But, come on! Please, Steve? Or Phil? Or anyone? Pretty please? Or maybe, I will look at that new palm? I wonder how many apps you can load on that device?