Hmm, is alterego our only apple enthusiast left? I guess licensetokill didn't make the transfer here. Well, apple unleashed the info on these beasts yesterday. Alot of people were starting to say iOS was starting to show it's age, but Apple addressed all of that. Notifications - pop ups were annoying. apple fixed it so they are unobtrusive. now they have a real deal notification center where you drag the status bar down and it shows all of your notifications (similar to android's style if you're familiar). it's organized so you can easily spot important things iMessage - similar to BBM (Blackberry Messenger), you can direct message anyone else on iOS. This does not rely on your mobile service at all. You just need a data connection. it's also integrated into the messaging app so all sms' and imessages come in the same app. Twitter - Integrated into iOS now Camera app - Not basic anymore I just went over the basics, there's a ton more updates to it. I almost forgot to mention that Apple finally decided to add a purchase history for your apps. God knows why they waited this long to include that but you guys that had to wipe your devices and totally forgot the apps you download can go through your history and redownload them now. Check it out here: http://www.engadget.com/wwdc-2011/apple-ios-5-hands-on-preview/ Apple also added wireless syncing and OTA updates. Not to mention iCloud (MobileMe is dead now I believe). For those of you still living in the stone age, iCloud is apple's cloud storage for many things.. namely contacts, docs, photos, etc. This may be a beauty for alot of people since there is a frustration between the user and itunes.