Not At The WWDC: Magic Trackpad, Safari 5, Apple TV

Posted: Jun 7 2010, 2:14pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:33pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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Today's WWDC keynote saw the launch of the iPhone 4 and the renamed iOS 4. While the show was quite spectacular, it ran up short of our pre-WWDC expectations. The magic trackpad, expected to be a Bluetooth accessory to bring full finger gesture support to Macs, was nowhere to be seen.

A new version of Safari was expected and was likewise a no show. Apple didn't deliver a TV service and there was no $99 Apple TV box. Cloud-enhanced iTunes was likewise nowhere to be seen.

It is possible that Jobs wanted to focus on just a few things for the keynote. WWDC 2010 is still young, and we may see additional releases and updates over the next couple of days, Apple TV is starting to look dead in the water, though. I wouldn't expect an update any time soon.

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