When to buy a Mac?

Historical recommendations and predictions.

Model Should I buy it now? 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Expected Update
MacBook
April 22, 2003 — iBook G3
faster processors (800−900 MHz)
larger hard drive (40 GB)
slightly faster optical drive
October 22, 2003 — iBook G4
new processors and architecture (G4)
USB 2.0 ports
optional AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
optional Bluetooth 1.1
can’t boot MacOS 9
April 19, 2004 — iBook G4
faster processors (1.0−1.2 GHz)
increased standard RAM (256 MB)
optional SuperDrive
pre-installed AirPort in top model
October 19, 2004 — iBook G4
faster processors (1.2−1.33 GHz)
larger hard drive (60 GB)
improved optical drive
pre-installed AirPort in all models
July 26, 2005 — iBook G4
faster processors (1.33−1.42 GHz)
increased standard RAM (512 MB)
faster video system
hard drive with Sudden Motion Sensor
pre-installed Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
Scrolling Trackpad
May 16, 2006 — MacBook
new design (white or black)
13.3″ glossy widescreen display
new CPU and architecture (Intel Core Duo)
iSight video camera
mini-DVI port
Gigabit Ethernet
MagSafe power connector
Apple Remote
support for non-mirrored external display
drops the internal modem
November 8, 2006 — MacBook
new processors (Intel Core 2 Duo)
increased standard RAM (512 MB − 1 GB)
larger hard drive (120 GB)
AirPort supports 802.11n
May 15, 2007 — MacBook
faster processors (2.0−2.16 GHz)
increased standard RAM (1 GB)
larger hard drive (160 GB)
faster optical drive
November 1, 2007 — MacBook
faster architecture
slightly faster processors (2.0−2.2 GHz)
faster video system
February 26, 2008 — MacBook
faster processors (2.1−2.4 GHz)
increased standard RAM (1−2 GB)
larger hard drive (250 GB)
enhanced battery
Apple Remote is optional
October 14, 2008 — MacBook
new aluminum unibody design
new large glass Multi-Touch trackpads
backlit keyboard in top model
LED-backlit display
faster architecture
faster video system
Mini DisplayPort port replaced mini-DVI
Firewire 400 port removed
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
January 20, 2009 — MacBook
low-end model in old pre-Unibody design
faster architecture
faster video system
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
May 27, 2009 — MacBook
low-end model in old pre-Unibody design
faster processor (2.13 GHz)
larger hard drive (160 GB)
October 20, 2009 — MacBook
new white polycarbonate unibody design
new large glass Multi-Touch trackpads
LED-backlit display
Mini DisplayPort port replaced mini-DVI
built-in battery (up to 7 hours)
May 18, 2010 — MacBook
faster processor (2.4 GHz)
faster graphics (NVIDIA GeForce 320M)
enhanced battery
revised MagSafe power connector
trackpad with inertial scrolling
July 20, 2011 — MacBook
model discontinued
MacBook Pro Buy only if needed
January 7, 2003 — PowerBook G4 12″ and 17″
introduced 12″ and 17″ models
aluminum alloy case
new logic board
pre-installed Bluetooth 1.1
optional AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
17″ Ambient Light Sensor
17″ Firewire 800 port
September 16, 2003 — PowerBook G4
faster processors (1.0−1.33 GHz)
improved video system
larger hard drives (up to 80 GB)
USB 2.0 ports
12″ Mini-DVI port replaced Mini-VGA
15″ Firewire 800 port
15″ Ambient Light Sensor in top model
15″ pre-installed Bluetooth 1.1
15″ optional AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
April 19, 2004 — PowerBook G4
faster architecture
faster processors (1.33−1.5 GHz)
improved graphics
faster optical drive
pre-installed AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
January 31, 2005 — PowerBook G4
faster processors (1.5−1.67 GHz)
hard drive with Sudden Motion Sensor
pre-installed Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
Scrolling Trackpad
October 19, 2005 — PowerBook G4 15″ and 17″
faster architecture
higher resolution display
dual-layer SuperDrive
17″ enhanced battery
January 10, 2006 — MacBook Pro 15″
new CPU and architecture (Intel Core Duo)
ExpressCard/34 expansion slot
iSight video camera
MagSafe power connector
Apple Remote
drops Firewire 800 and S-video out ports
drops the internal modem
can’t run MacOS 9 apps
12″ model discontinued
April 24, 2006 — MacBook Pro 17″
new CPU and architecture (Intel Core Duo)
ExpressCard/34 expansion slot
iSight video camera
MagSafe power connector
Apple Remote
drops S-video out ports
drops the internal modem
can’t run MacOS 9 apps
October 24, 2006 — MacBook Pro
new processors (Intel Core 2 Duo)
increased standard RAM (1−2 GB)
larger hard drives (up to 160 GB)
15″ added Firewire 800
June 5, 2007 — MacBook Pro
faster architecture
slightly faster processors (2.2−2.4 GHz)
faster graphics processor
enhanced battery
AirPort supports 802.11n
15″ LED-backlit display
November 1, 2007 — MacBook Pro
optional faster processor (2.6 GHz)
February 26, 2008 — MacBook Pro
faster processors (2.4−2.5 GHz)
doubled the video memory (256−512 MB)
larger hard drives (up to 250 GB)
updated keyboard layout
multi-touch gesturing on trackpad
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
Apple Remote is optional
October 14, 2008 — MacBook Pro 15″
new aluminum unibody design
new large glass Multi-Touch trackpads
glossy displays
faster architecture
dual graphics processors
Mini DisplayPort port replaced mini-DVI
Firewire 400 port removed
January 6, 2009 — MacBook Pro 17″
new aluminum unibody design
new large glass Multi-Touch trackpads
glossy displays
faster architecture
faster processors (2.66−2.93 GHz)
increased standard RAM (4 GB)
dual graphics processors
enhanced but non-swappable battery
Mini DisplayPort port replaced mini-DVI
Firewire 400 port removed
March 3, 2009 — MacBook Pro 15″
faster processors (2.66−2.93 GHz)
June 8, 2009 — MacBook Pro
new 13″ model based on 2006 unibody MacBook
13″ 15″ improved display
13″ 15″ non-swappable battery
13″ 15″ SD card slot
13″ Firewire 800 port
13″ drops optical digital audio input
15″ increased standard RAM (4 GB)
15″ drops ExpressCard/34 slot
15″ integrated graphics in entry-level model
April 13, 2010 — MacBook Pro
13″ faster processors (2.4−2.66 GHz)
13″ increased standard RAM (4 GB)
13″ larger hard drives (up to 320 GB)
15″ dual graphics in entry-level model
15″ 17″ new processors (Core i5 and i7)
15″ 17″ graphics auto-switching
15″ 17″ larger hard drives (up to 500 GB)
enhanced battery
trackpad with inertial scrolling
October 20, 2010 — MacBook Pro 15″ and 17″
optional faster processor (i7 2.66−2.8 GHz)
February 24, 2011 — MacBook Pro
13″ new processors (Core i5 and i7)
13″ larger hard drives (up to 500 GB)
15″ 17″ faster processors (i7 2.0−2.2 GHz)
15″ 17″ larger hard drives (up to 750 GB)
15″ 17″ independent audio line in and out
faster graphics
high-resolution FaceTime HD webcam
Thunderbolt port replaced Mini DisplayPort
October 24, 2011 — MacBook Pro
13″ faster processors (dual-core i5 2.4GHz or i7 2.8GHz)
13″ larger hard drives (up to 750GB)
15″ 17″ faster processors (quad-core i7 2.2−2.5GHz)
15″ 17″ faster graphic cards (AMD Radeon HD 6750M and 6770M)
June 11, 2012 – MacBook Pro
15″ Retina new model with Retina screen (2880×1800)
15″ Retina up to 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3L memory
15″ Retina up to 768GB of SSD storage
15″ Retina 15″ faster processors (quad-core i7 2.3−2.6GHz)
15″ Retina 15″ faster discrete graphics (NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M)
13″ faster processors (dual-core i5 2.5GHz or i7 2.9GHz)
faster integrated graphics (Intel HD Graphics 4000)
720p FaceTime HD camera
USB 3
17″ model discontinued
October 23, 2012 – MacBook Pro 13″ Retina
new model with Retina screen (2560×1600)
up to 16GB of 1600MHz DDR3L memory
up to 768GB of SSD storage
Intel i5 2.5GHz or i7 2.9GHz
Intel HD Graphics 4000
2 × Thunderbolt, 2 × USB 3.0, HDMI
February 13, 2013 – MacBook Pro
13″ Retina lower staring price ($1,499)
15″ Retina faster 2.4GHz quad-core processor
Summer–Fall
MacBook Air Don’t buy
January 15, 2008 – MacBook Air
13.3″ widescreen glossy display
Intel Core 2 Duo processor (1.6 and 1.8 GHz)
integrated graphics (Intel GMA X3100)
2 GB of onboard RAM
80 GB HDD or 64 GB SSD
iSight video camera
full-size backlit keyboard
thin (0.16−0.76″) and light (3.0 lbs)
October 14, 2008 – MacBook Air
faster architecture
faster graphics (NVIDIA GeForce 9400M)
larger hard drive (120 GB) and SSD (128 GB)
Mini DisplayPort port replaced mini-DVI
June 8, 2009 – MacBook Air
faster processors (1.86 and 2.13 GHz)
enhanced battery
includes external Ethernet Adapter
considerably lower prices
October 20, 2010 – MacBook Air
completely new design
introduced 11.6″ model
higher resolution displays
RAM can be upgraded to 4 GB
faster graphics (NVIDIA GeForce 320M)
non-upgradable SSD (64−256 MB)
better battery life
not backlit keyboard
trackpad with inertial scrolling
integrated stereo speakers
13″ includes SD card slot
July 20, 2011 – MacBook Air
faster architecture
faster processors (Core i5 and i7)
faster graphics (Intel HD Graphics 3000)
Thunderbolt port replaced Mini DisplayPort
backlit keyboard
Bluetooth 4.0
June 11, 2012 – MacBook Air
faster processors
faster graphics (Intel HD Graphics 4000)
up to 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L memory
faster storage (up to 512 GB)
USB 3
720p FaceTime HD camera
lower prices
February 13, 2013 – MacBook Air
13″ lower price for 256GB model ($1,399)
Summer
iMac Neutral
February 4, 2003 – iMac G4
17″ faster processor (1.0 GHz)
optional AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
optional Bluetooth
can’t boot into MacOS 9
September 8, 2003 – iMac G4
faster processors (1.0−1.25 GHz)
faster video system
USB 2.0 ports
November 18, 2003 – iMac G4 20″
introduced 20″ model (1680×1050)
faster video system
August 31, 2004 – iMac G5
completely new design
17″ and 20″ displays
new processors and architecture (G5)
supports VESA mounting standard
May 3, 2005 – iMac G5
faster processors (1.8−2.0 GHz)
increased standard RAM (512 MB)
larger hard drives (160−250 GB)
Ambient Light Sensor
Gigabit Ethernet
pre-installed AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
pre-installed Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
October 12, 2005 – iMac G5
thinner and lighter case
faster processors (1.9−2.1 GHz)
faster graphics
iSight video camera
Apple Remote
January 10, 2006 – iMac
new CPU and architecture (Intel Core Duo)
faster graphics
support for non-mirrored external display
Mini-DVI instead of Mini-VGA
September 6, 2006 – iMac
introduced 24″ model (1920×1200)
new processors (Intel Core 2 Duo)
increased standard RAM (1 GB)
AirPort supports 802.11n
24″ faster video system
24″ includes Firewire 800
August 7, 2007 – iMac
completely new aluminum design
faster architecture and CPU (2.0−2.8 GHz)
larger hard drives (up to 500 GB)
includes both Firewire 400 and 800
includes new ultra-thin Apple Keyboard
17″ model discontinued
April 28, 2008 – iMac
faster architecture and CPU (2.4−3.06 GHz)
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
March 3, 2009 – iMac
faster processors (2.66−3.06 GHz)
increased standard RAM (2−4 GB)
Firewire 400 port removed
Mini DisplayPort port replaced mini-DVI
smaller keyboard without numerical keypad
October 20, 2009 – iMac
new LED-backlit 21.5″ and 27″ displays
faster processors
faster graphics
up to 16 GB of RAM
larger hard drives (up to 1 TB)
better speakers
includes SD Card slot
Apple Wireless Keyboard
Magic Mouse
July 27, 2010 – iMac
faster architecture and CPU (Core i3, i5 and i7)
faster graphics
support for SDXC cards
27″ optional additional SSD
May 3, 2011 – iMac
faster processors (Core i5 and i7)
faster graphics
high-resolution FaceTime HD webcam
Thunderbolt port replaced Mini DisplayPort
27″ dual external display support
October 23, 2012 – iMac
new ultra-thin design with 40% less volume
new display reduces reflection by 75%
Intel Core i5 and i7
powerful NVIDIA graphics
8−32 GB of RAM
1−3 TB hard drive
optional Fusion Drive storage
March 5, 2013 – iMac Education Only
available only to educational institutions
21.5″ display only
Intel Core i3 3.3GHz dual-core
Intel HD Graphics 4000
4GB of RAM
512GB hard drive
Fall
Mac mini Neutral
January 11, 2005 – Mac mini G4
G4 processor (1.25−1.42 GHz)
ATI Radeon 9200 graphics processor
256 MB of RAM
40−80 GB HDD
Combo drive
optional AirPort Express (802.11g)
optional Bluetooth 1.1
July 26, 2005 – Mac mini G4
increased standard RAM (512 MB)
pre-installed AirPort and Bluetooth in top model
optional SuperDrive
September 27, 2005 – Mac mini G4
faster processors (1.33−1.5 GHz)
doubled the video RAM (64 MB)
Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
modem is optional
February 28, 2006 – Mac mini
new CPU and architecture (Intel Core Solo/Duo)
faster graphics
Gigabit Ethernet
drops the internal modem
pre-installed AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
pre-installed Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
Apple Remote
September 6, 2006 – Mac mini
faster processor (1.83 GHz Core Duo)
larger hard drive (80 GB)
SuperDrive
August 7, 2007 – Mac mini
new processors (Intel Core 2 Duo)
increased standard RAM (1 GB)
larger hard drives (up to 120 GB)
March 3, 2009 – Mac mini
faster architecture
faster graphics (Intel GMA 950)
larger hard drives (up to 320 GB)
dual display support
Mini-DVI and Mini DisplayPort ports
5 USB 2.0 ports
Firewire 800
AirPort supports 802.11n
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
October 20, 2009 – Mac mini
introduced server version (two hard drives, no optical drive)
faster processors (2.26−2.53 GHz)
increased standard RAM (2−4 GB)
June 15, 2010 – Mac mini
new aluminum unibody design
wider and shorter case
internal power supply
faster processors (2.4−2.66 GHz)
faster graphics (NVIDIA GeForce 320M)
HDMI and Mini DisplayPort ports
includes SD Card slot
Apple Remote is optional
July 20, 2011 – Mac mini
faster processors (Core i5 and i7)
faster graphics
larger hard drives (up to 500 GB)
drops the internal optical drive
Thunderbolt port replaced Mini DisplayPort
Bluetooth 4.0
October 23, 2012 – Mac mini
3rd generation Intel Core i5 and i7
faster graphics
4−16GB of RAM
USB 3
Fall
Mac Pro Don’t buy
January 28, 2003 – Power Macintosh G4
faster processors (1.0−1.42 GHz)
faster optical drives
optional AirPort Extreme (802.11g)
optional Bluetooth 1.1
Firewire 800
can’t boot into MacOS 9
June 23, 2003 – Power Macintosh G5
completely new aluminum design
new processor and architecture (G5)
faster video system
larger standard hard drives (up to 160 GB)
USB 2.0 ports
PCI-X slots
optical digital audio in/out
November 18, 2003 – Power Macintosh G5
adds dual processors to low-end model
June 9, 2004 – Power Macintosh G5
new lower-power processors (1.8−2.5 GHz)
faster optical drives
liquid cooling system in top model
October 19, 2004 – Power Macintosh G5
low-end model with slower architecture and CPU
April 27, 2005 – Power Macintosh G5
dual processors (2.0−2.7 GHz)
faster video system
larger standard hard drives (up to 250 GB)
two DVI ports instead of ADC
October 19, 2005 – Power Macintosh G5
new dual-core processors (2.0−2.5 GHz)
new quad-core model (2 processors)
faster video system
dual Gigabit Ethernet
optional Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
August 7, 2006 – Mac Pro
new CPU and architecture (two Intel Xeon)
increased standard RAM (1 GB)
faster video system
larger standard hard drives (up to 500 GB)
April 4, 2007 – Mac Pro
custom Eight Core model (2 × 3 GHz Quad Core Xeon)
January 8, 2008 – Mac Pro
faster architecture
faster processors (2.8−3.2 GHz Quad Core Xeon)
increased standard RAM (2 GB)
pre-installed Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
support for Serial Attached SCSI drives
two PCIe 2.0 slots
March 3, 2009 – Mac Pro
faster architecture (Nehalem)
increased standard RAM (3 GB)
DVI and Mini DisplayPort
Firewire 400 port removed
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
replaces the frontside bus with a QPI
four PCIe 2.0 slots
redesigned interior case
December 4, 2009 – Mac Pro
custom Quad Core model (3.33 GHz Quad Core Xeon)
July 27, 2010 – Mac Pro
up to 12 core
faster architecture (Westmere)
faster graphics (ATI Radeon HD 5770)
larger standard hard drives (1 TB)
DVI and two Mini DisplayPorts
pre-installed AirPort Extreme (802.11n)
November 5, 2010 – Mac Pro Server
introduced server version
8 GB of RAM
2 × 1 TB hard drives
June 11, 2012 – Mac Pro
faster processor in 12-core model
lower prices for 4-Core and 6-Core models
2013
Mac OS
October 24, 2003 – Panther (10.3)
Brushed-metal interface
Fast user switching
Exposé
FileVault
Safari
Videoconferencing in iChat
April 29, 2005 – Tiger (10.4)
Spotlight
Dashboard
Smart Folders
Automator
VoiceOver
Support for Intel-based Macs
October 26, 2007 – Leopard (10.5)
More than 300 new features
Revamped interface
Time Machine
Spaces
Pre-installed Boot Camp
August 28, 2009 – Snow Leopard (10.6)
Clean up and performance improvements
Doesn’t support PowerPC architecture
July 20, 2011 – Lion (10.7)
Brings ideas from iOS
Mac App Store
Launchpad
Mission Control
Full-screen applications
Improved Mail
Can’t run PowerPC applications
July 25, 2012 – Mountain Lion (10.8)
iCloud
Reminders and Notes
Messages with iMessage
Notification Center
Power Nap
Dictation
Twitter and Facebook integration
AirPlay
Game Center
Gatekeeper
Summer

When will the iPhone or iPad be updated?

Model Should I buy it now? 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Expected Update
iPhone Neutral
June 29, 2007 – iPhone Original
quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
3.5″ multitouch display
4, 8 and 16 GB models
Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) and Bluetooth 2.0
3-axis accelerometer
proximity sensor
ambient light sensor
iOS 1.0 — 3.1.3
July 11, 2008 – iPhone 3G
tri-band UMTS/HSDPA
Assisted GPS
black or white plastic back
includes earphones with mic
4 GB model discontinued
iOS 2.0 — 4.2.1
June 8, 2009 – iPhone 3GS
faster 7.2 Mbps HSDPA
faster processor (600 MHz)
twice the RAM (256 MB)
improved battery life
improved camera with VGA video recording
oleophobic glass coating
digital compass
includes earphones with mic and remote
iOS 3.0 — 6.0
June 7, 2010 – iPhone 4 (GSM)
supports HSUPA networks
entirely new design
retina display
Apple A4 processor (1 GHz)
twice the RAM (512 MB)
dual cameras with LED flash
dual noise-canceling microphones
supports 802.11n
Micro SIM
three-axis gyroscope
iOS 4.0 — 6.0
January 11, 2011 – iPhone 4 (CDMA)
supports CDMA (Verizon)
no SIM card slot
April 27, 2011 – iPhone 4
adds white case
October 4, 2011 – iPhone 4S
combined GSM/CDMA antenna
faster 14.4 Mbps HSDPA
Apple A5 processor (dual-core)
faster graphics (up to 7 times)
16, 32 and 64 GB models
faster and better camera
Bluetooth 4.0
iOS 5.0 — 6.0
September 12, 2012 – iPhone 5
New design, thinner and lighter
New 4″ Retina display
Ultrafast Wireless
HSPA+, DC-HSDPA and LTE
2× faster A6 processor
Enhanced battery
Enhanced iSight camera
FaceTime HD camera
Enhanced audio system
New Lighting connector
New Apple EarPods
iOS 6.0
Fall
iPod touch Neutral
September 5, 2007 – iPod touch (Original)
3.5″ multitouch display
8, 16 and 32 GB models
Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g)
3-axis accelerometer
ambient light sensor
iOS 1.1 — 3.1.3
September 9, 2008 – iPod touch (2nd Gen)
silver front trim
8, 16 and 32 GB models
external volume buttons
integrated speaker
support for external mic
improved battery life
iOS 2.1.1 — 4.2.1
September 9, 2009 – iPod touch (3rd Gen)
faster processor (800 MHz)
twice the RAM (256 MB)
32 and 64 GB models
includes earphones with mic and remote
iOS 3.1.1 — 5.0
September 1, 2010 – iPod touch (4th Gen)
entirely new design
retina display
Apple A4 processor
8, 32 and 64 GB models
dual cameras: Facetime and HD video
supports 802.11n
integrated mic
three-axis gyroscope
iOS 4.1 — 6.0
October 4, 2011 – iPod touch (4th Gen)
adds white case
lower price
September 12, 2012 – iPod touch (5th Gen)
New design, thinner and lighter
Available in 5 colors
New 4″ Retina display
Ultrafast Wireless
Dual-core A5 processor
New iSight camera
Supports Siri
New Lighting connector
New Apple EarPods
iOS 6.0
Fall
iPad Neutral
January 27, 2010 – iPad Original
9.7″ multitouch LED-backlit display
Apple A4 processor
16, 32 and 64 GB models
Wi-Fi 802.11n
Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
optional 3G with A-GPS
accelerometer
ambient light sensor
dual mono speakers and a built-in mic
iOS 3.2 - 5.1.1
March 2, 2011 – iPad 2
thinner and lighter
available in black and white colors
Apple A5 processor (dual-core)
twice the RAM (512 MB)
dual cameras: Facetime and HD video
three-axis gyroscope
video mirroring and up to 1080p video out
Smart Cover support
iOS 4.3 — 6.0
March 16, 2012 – iPad 3
Retina display
5MP iSight camera
Ultrafast 4G LTE
New A5X chip
twice the RAM (1GB)
iOS 5.1 — 6.0
October 23, 2012 – iPad 4
new A6X chip
FaceTime HD
dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi
Lightning connector
iOS 6.0
January 29, 2013 – iPad 4
new model with 128GB of storage
Fall
iPad mini Neutral
October 23, 2012 – iPad mini
7.9″ multitouch LED-backlit display
FaceTime HD and iSight cameras
dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi
ultrafast wireless, including LTE and DC-HSDPA
Apple A5 processor (dual-core)
10 hours of battery life
Lightning connector
iOS 6.0
Fall
iOS
June 29, 2007 – iOS 1
released on original iPhone
July 11, 2008 – iOS 2
third-party apps
improved Mail, Calendar and Contacts
June 17, 2009 – iOS 3
cut, copy & paste
landscape keyboard
MMS
Spotlight Search
video recording in Camera app
Internet Tethering
June 21, 2010 – iOS 4
multitasking support
folders on home screen
FaceTime video calling
October 12, 2011 – iOS 5
iCloud
Notification Center
iMessage
Newsstand
Reminders
Twitter integration
PC free
September 19, 2012 – iOS 6
Apple-designed Maps
New Siri features
Facebook integration
Shared Photo Streams
Passbook
FaceTime over cellular networks
Enhanced Mail and Safari
Camera with Panorama
Fall