I've been thinking about what Apple will be doing next in its PC-department with this much focus on "post-PC"-devices lately. In my opinion Apple still thinks of iPad and iPhone as a peripheral to the Mac and not a successor. What will they do next? How will they "revolutionize"(to use Apple's words) their Macs? I've boiled my hopes down to 3 points: 1. Apple bought Anobit for hundreds of millions. That's a LOT of money and one of the biggest investments Apple has made. What will they do with it for their desktops? My hopes are SUPER-fast SSDs in which they reserve for the OS only. Super-fast booting where they really take advantage of the strength that Apple has control over both software and hardware in which the competitors don't have that in the same way. 2. Retina displays. They did it for the iPad. They did it well in spite of what people thought of it being almost impossible to do. 3. iCloud. There's no doubt that Apple is investing enormous amounts of money into the cloud. Steve said that the PC is no longer the hub in which you sync your devices to. The hub is now the cloud in which you sync your devices and PCs up to the hub. In the future your phone, TV, iPad and PC will all know which episodes you've seen, how many pages you've read in your book etc etc. We're almost there now, but in the future there's more to come and I think it will be essential! It all boils down to what they tried to do with OS X Lion. Take what made iOS so good and put it in OS X. They didn't do it extremely well, but the principles are still there. Fast booting and start-up for apps, hi-res screens and instant syncing. My dream is a MacBook Air 11" with retina display, 4-5 GB SUPER fast SSD for the OS and 128GB SSD for storage. All in sync.