I'm looking for GarageBand 2 and perhaps a FireWire pre-amp from Apple itself, as per the Asteroid rumour.<br><br>Beyond that, revisions of iLife (especially iPhoto, which is the most practical app to me), a good look at Tiger (and a hard release date, or even a soft one for that matter), and perhaps the rumoured office suite would be cool, too.<br><br>From Adobe I'd like to get details on the CS 2 suite and find out about their licensing scheme, which is supposedly (again, rumoured) to be tightened up.<br><br>From third-party types, I'd most like to hear news of some cool new music-related hardware and software... for the home musicians among us. New FireWire input boxes would be way cool, as would new midi keyboards... anything that would work well with GarageBand. I'm sure pro users are well beyond the scope of GB but they must be excited about new stuff coming out for them too, especially with NAMM occurring within roughly the same time frame as MWSF.<br><br>I don't particularly care about new iPods or headless iMacs, although it would be interesting to see how the latter would fare in the marketplace.<br><br>max<br><br>Fresh Diversions
I just hope no more "i" Names and more Metal Brush! I think iCal should be Cal and iSync sould be only Sync, I also, would like at ARD 2.1 gets a more server tools GUI, like the Workgroup Manager or Server admin.<br><br>I think MWSF '05 will be cool by Apple Stuff and third-party new products!!<br><br>a webcast link?<br><br>----<br>:)
---- :) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
Hey, cesrivas. I have no problem with the "i" naming conventions Apple's been using these last few years. I am far more interested in what an app does than what it's called.<br><br>As for brushed metal or Aqua, as always, I am in favour of a user pref to have it whatever way you choose - even to use skins, if that's your bag.<br><br>But yeah, I share your excitement. Apple's definitely been on a roll lately... these last two or three years have been belly, belly good to us Mac users. <br><br>(;->))<br><br>max<br><br>Fresh Diversions
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