I was severely disappointed by the keynote address of WWDC 2007. There was lots of talk about Leopard and iPhone, but nothing really new came about it. Oooo, the launcher is now reflective – score one more for the ‘new features’ list. Damn, the taskbar’s transparent! Another point added to the new features list. Plus, the only ‘product launch’ (if you can even call it that) was Safari 3 beta for Windows. I’m actually writing this post in Safari in Vista – it definitely won’t be replacing Firefox. Hopefully Apple tidies it up for the general release and perhaps teaches us noobs how to install plugins, because currently, it’s difficult to use compared to Firefox. I’m used to middle clicking to open and close tabs. I’m used to being able to use my mouse’s forward and back buttons to navigate.
I guess on the bright side, I’ll finally be able to test out my website designs in Safari without having to buy a Mac. That’s about all I can see it being useful for at this point.