Anyone care to make bold predictions? I throw out these to get the guessing game rolling. 1. Jobs will announce that the first iPhones can be upgraded to 3G at no charge or for a minimal fee at a later date. This removes the "wait for the 3G" barrier to purchase. Probability: 50% 2. The phone will permit wireless login to your .Mac account to exchange files, or possibly even your own Mac (as long as it runs Leopard and is turned on). Probability: 50% 3. Positioning system technology (not necessarily GPS, but based on cell tower triangulation). Probability at release: 15%. Probability within 1 year: 85%. 4. AAPL stock up 12%, but more because of Leopard, which, among other features will include as its focus a capacitive input device - a wireless "buttonless" object that with virtual buttons that can configured for any use, using the same gestures used in iPhone navigation, but extensible to any other use such as remote control, game controller, etc. Similar to the Synaptics Onyx concept (see http://www.synaptics.com/onyx/). Probability of the stock rise: 75%, Leopard input prediction: 72.5%. My username is correct. Bought AAPL at 4.00 10 years ago = 250% per year!