nullArray Posted January 6, 2009 Share Posted January 6, 2009 DRM Free iTunes Tiered pricing, .69¢, .99¢, $1.29 3G iPhone downloading capability (I LOVE Apple/AT&T's abandonment of my iPhone Classic) iWork '09 Math equations in Pages Mail merge with Numbers New effects, themes and stuff Keynote app in the App Store, views presenter notes, previews next slides and stuff, controls your keynote iWork is in the cloud, much like Google Docs only much prettier and useful Tons of other updates to Pages and Keynote, Numbers got some new graphing tools......., iLife '09 iPhoto has facial recognition and geotagging iMovie can actually edit movies with some sort of precision (RIP iMovie HD), it also cool new transitions and camera stabilization effects that are apparently amazing Garageband can have Sting teach you how to play guitar or something..., other artists too iWeb can tell your Facebook friends when you update (whoo...., hooo...) My guess is that there are new themes for iWeb and iDVD, but I couldn't find anything concrete I'm pretty sure there's also an iLife 09/iWork 09 combo upgrade pack to save money when buying both together. MacBook Pro 17 HUGE BATTERY* $50 Matte option Higher contrast ratio and viewing angle Pretty much the same as the 15 *(not user replaceable) -------------------------------------------------------------- For me, *yawn*. I saw the new iLife and iWork from a mile away, even the online web app iWork (but I didn't except them to charge for it, I thought it'd be bundled with MobileMe). Honestly I was hoping for an updated Mac Mini, that little thing is dying for a bump. The iTunes DRM stuff should have been here ages ago. Record labels are pissed that iTunes is the number one music retailer, and don't like it when they get to set the price. At least that's what I've been told, which is why they made all those fabulous deals with Amazon. The labels finally got halfway..., they get tiered pricing, Apple gets DRM stuff. Either way, I'm glad it happened..., and I'd LOVE to see a subscription based music too..., but that's just not Apple's gig. /discuss Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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