With Leopard upon us and some people already beginning to use it, is an iPhone update imminent? At one point most people were convinced a HUGE update would accompany Leopard, but it seems most speculation on this has dwindled. Is it because it appears clear that Apple has little to no interest in even addressing iPhone again until February (when SDK makes its way out)? Some would figure simple things like Notes and ToDos in Leopard's Mail would make their way to iPhone without question. However, we are still missing key OS 9 and earlier functions/features that haven't been address yet, so there is no reason to think that any new desktop features would be showing up in mobile form. If there are no feature enhancements at this time to iPhone (which I personally think is just a tremendous failure), then would their at least be a compatibility upgrade? Considering every new Mac in use all over the world would be upgrading to a new operating system, it is fair to say that their other "OS X" based product would improve along with it. Its a dramatic improvement, Leopard, and for the iPhone to see no change is just sad.