Maybe it was a case of the Mondays, but all the stuff I saw yesterday kinda left me a little underwhelmed. Part of it was there was really nothing in that keynote that wasn't totally expected. In fact, I figured the iPhone would get storage doubled on it, but considering the added 3G and GPS to go with a price cut, it's not surprising. The July release date for the new firmware kinda took me by surprise. I figured it was coming out sometime this week. I guess they needed more time to build a supercomputer that could handle the deluge of downloads when it'll be made available. AT&T also pulled kind of a phone-companyish move when they bumped up the data charge. I figured it would be more expensive, but I'm probably going to be moving about 5 or 10 miles outside the 3G coverage area within the next year. I already love to rant about the fact that cell phone companies have an aversion to charging less than $40/month, now this. I mean are they going to charge a switching fee every time I go between EDGE and 3G? The App Store is obviously gonna be good, but I sure did skip right past watching most of that on the video. Uber-nerds may be good at developing software, but they sure lack Jobs' skill for making me want to watch at 1 a.m. So basically something seemed missing. Maybe it's because I thought I had an awesome deal on a $250 refurb 2 months ago that now makes me look like a doof for not waiting. I guess at least I'm not one of those people that looked all giddy with the same exact phone in their hands for $600.