Overall, I was impressed with Apple’s iCloud plans, and I will use the new cloud services. However, I will also back up all my data on physical media as I don’t want all my tunes, photos, and documents depending on Apple servers (sorry, Steve).
Of course, Apple didn’t mention video in the keynote. Perhaps they’re still working out the details with movie studios, but I do hope to see videos as part of iCloud. In fact, I’d love to see Apple offer a service that offers a la carte TV program/movie watching that frees me from cable TV/satellite providers, but that may be a while in coming. If it ever does.
Also, there were no hardware updates announced at the WWDC keynotes, though there was speculation of revamped MacBooks Airs, Time Capsules and AirPort Extremes. Not to worry. They’ll arrive. I also want to see an Apple TV with an A5 processor and capable of serving up 1080i movies.
— Dennis Sellers