Sharing from iMore and Engadget:
*Post PC devices make up 76% of their revenue
*315 Million iOS devices
*Siri Japan, Germany and France
*1080p TV and Movies, New Apple TV announced and more of an iOS feel
*Genius for Movies and TV
*March 16th for Apple TV, still at $99
*"That brings us to iPad. We think the iPad is the poster child of the post PC world"
*Retina display - GET OUT! that came out of nowhere
*There is a home button.
*A5X processor confirmed, "quad core graphics"
*iSight camera, new feature, 5MP backlit sensor on the iPad, IR filter, Autofocus and white balance
*5-megapixel backside illuminated sensor on the back, 5-element lens, IR filter, and ISP built into the A5X chip
*1080p HD video recording
*Voice Dictation (not Siri)
*Supports US English, British, Australian, French, German and Japanese
*iPad 2 has 3.1Mbps on EV-DO, 7.2 on HSPA.
*Rogers, Bell, Telus, AT&T and Verizon
*iPad can be a hotspot now
*The most wireless bands of any device that has ever shipped
*Battery life is going to be 10 HOURS, 9 Hours on 4G LTE apparently
*Pricing: 499 / 599 / 699 wifi only
* 629 / 729 / 829 for the 4G
*Launching March 16th US, Canada, UK, Frank Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia
*March 23rd in these other countries:
*Looks like they've implemented some Bezel gestures
*Double tapping a single photo compares all pics that look similar and brings them up.
*Looks like they've built in some native sharing, Twitter, Flickr, Facebook maybe?
*still using 30 pin dock connector (rumor was iPhone would go smaller anyway)
*iPad 2 price drops $100.00
Those were the points I found interesting anyway
What are your thoughts?