The Mac Pro is central to Apple's business. The iPhone is very important too. A ten billion dollar business is something you nurture and grow. Many people I know use Macs now because of the iphone and ipod. So, I don't begrudge Steve Jobs for focusing on the iPhone during WWDC. However, I think it was bad public relations on people who are the actual developers to not mention Mac OS and, or the Mac. That discussion would have been a great "And, one more thing." Furthermore, I think that it is highly improbable that Apple won't announce a Gulftown Mac and a 30 inch iMac like display soon. It has 1½ years since the Nehalem was introduced. Other PC makers are going to have the hexacore Xeon available. We know that Apple is very quiet about when it updates models so as to reduce existing stock, but Apple isn't stupid either, and neither is their business partner Intel. So hopefully, after the iPhone 4G rollout next week (June 15), maybe we'll have some sort of announcement from Apple about the Mac Pro.