One of the biggest hurdles the iPod had upon launch, was that it was made for Mac-users only. Then iTunes for Windows came and the iPod became a huge hit. I think it is likely that Apple learned from this and is developing software that will integrate the iPhone with applications on Windows. What applications? Why the ones we're all waiting for: iLife and iWorks. Meaning that with the iPhone, I think that Apple will enter the business-market with fully integrated suites, allowing for Windows-users to do their excel-sheets, docs, presentations, manipulate photo's and listen to music, and transport these onto the iPhone, as well as lead to many a future Mac-sale. If this were not to happen, I think the adoption-reate amongst windows-orientated businesses would be very, very low. So in June, I expect there to be little in hardware-announcements, except for the iPhone and 1 big bomb: iLife/iWorks for Windows. Brilliant, if I say so myself.