Here's what I want the event on Tuesday to be. Although highly unlucky, a boy can dream First up: - Rave on about market share and all that stuff nobody actually listens to - Kill the AirPort Extreme and lower the price of the Time Capsule, maybe make it aluminum. Also add AirTunes. - Change AirTunes so it works with all apps, not just iTunes - Aluminum Mighty Mouse maybe? Next, some subtle iPod Shuffle updates: - Give it beveled edges, à la 4G Nano Wootz!! The MacBooks! --- First up, the MacBook - New aluminum case - Thinner design - Glass trackpad - All the ports are the same, they are fine how they are - SuperDrive is now standard - Smaller bezel around screen, bumped up to 14" - Two MagSafe "ends" are supplied in the box. One that points straight out, and one that points to one end if you want to run the power cord toward that back of your desk. --- And now... The MacBook Pro!! - We have added 0.1" to the thickness, but it will run MUCH cooler now, and it gives us room to add stuff to. - We now offer two keyboard options: Chicklet-style, and the classic style. - Glass trackpad - We now have 4 USB ports standard on both the 15" and 17" models. --- The MacBook Air no longer sucks - Choice of 13.3" or 11.2" screens on either model - Added a second USB port - 128GB SSD is now standard in the $1700 model. The $3000 model has a 256GB SSD, is 3mm thicker, and has a 2.0GHz processor. The iMac The iMac is great. It's thin, it's portable, it's awesome. But whats the point? It just sits on your desk all day! New features: - A foldable foot, so it can be easily transported - A BUILT-IN BATTERY!! Perfect for moving it around the house, and with bluetooth peripherals, there are NO WIRES. And thats all. What do you think? Oh yes, "One more thing..." "Sometimes we need more life out of our battery. What do we do? Carry an extra one? Keep is plugged in? Plug in an external one? Wait, yes. That's what we're looking for. An external battery! But wait... I'm not lugging around a friggen battery... Or are you? Well guess what... There is a built-in lithium polymer battery inside every MagSafe power brick? Just plug it into your MacBook and leave the other end unplugged. THREE EXTRA HOURS of battery life!!"