if that's the case, then how will iOS5 and all that work with older macs? The part about messaging between iOS devices...
Airdrop is completely separate from that. It will use traditional internet delivery methods to send messages. I haven't actually heard anything regarding airdrop and iOS.
The new job I just stated on Tuesday - This construction company uses iPad to do all their punch list operations.
The punch list is built as a Excel spread sheet and ported to the Ipad, so we can use as a paperless office on site.
We use (Drop Box) to transfer the files off the Ipad to a host Ipad <-- thats the one that sends it to the PCes to distribute the files.
(Only works in WIFI)
Ipad is fun and slick to use in this environment <-- something I always was clamoring about