Apple covered a lot of things at it's Keynote 2 weeks ago....so let's get started.
First off, on the 28th, Apple finally started taking steps away from ATT it seems. The iPad is now available at over 2000 Verizon Stores across the United States! The Verizon Stores offer all 3 bundles, including: $629.99 for a 16GB iPad with Wi-Fi and MiFi, $729.99 for a 32GB iPad with Wi-Fi and MiFi, and $829.99 for a 64GB iPad with Wi-Fi and MiFi.
Also at the last Keynote, Jobs released the new version of the Macbook Air. Personally I don't like this type of computer because it doesn't support anything you want to do graphic's wise, but that's my opinion. People are saying that is exactly like the iPad, which Apple features as a good thing, but that's if you want to check your e-mail and watch youtube videos (NOT AT 720P!!! THE GRAPHICS CANT SUPPORT THAT!)
Another great feature released at the Keynote was Mac OS Lion. Shipping next summer, Lion is inspired by many of iPad’s software innovations. Features include the Mac App Store, a new way to discover, install, and automatically update desktop apps; Launchpad, a new home for all of your Mac apps; system-wide support for full-screen apps; and Mission Control, which unifies Exposé, Dashboard, Spaces, and full-screen apps into an innovative new view of everything running on your Mac, allowing you to instantly navigate anywhere.
What do you think? Do YOU think Mac OS Lion is going to be awesome? Do you like Apple's move to Verizon? Please tell me in the comments!