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Yes iOS 7 was UI changes and a sound groundwork done on the guts.  iOS 8 has a lot of new Dev stuff.  The UI changes are welcome but not huge but what Devs are going to be able to do is nice.    Yosemite is UI polish.  I'm a fan..they didn't go too crazy.   I'm thinking OS X 10.11 may bring some huge changes to the underpinnings (new filesystem anyone?) 
I'm eyeballing Chamberlain or the dealer installed variety Liftmaster  I will BURN my Genie opener in celebration once it's been installed.  Can't wait to see how extensive Homekit is.  Siri control is going to be nice and likely a bit more reliable than IFTTT
I'm not going to get rid of my free Dropbox account yet but iCloud Drive looks like it'll work very nicely for those in the Apple ecosystem.    I'm utterly flabbergasted about Extensibility.  Apple finally got OpenDoc finished decades later. 
 Swift isn't a gaming API it's general purpose.  If a developer wants to keep things portable they'll simply write as much OpenGL code as they can. 
 Beats are no longer crappy.  They are owned by Apple now. 
So how is iTunes Match going to fit into this deal and how is Apple going to deliver higher bitrate music on the iTMS?    Lots of work to be done. 
Sir I'm gonna have to ask you not to offend my Yeezy and LeBrons.   They are still recovering from minor scuffs.  They're sensitive. 
Apple was wrong for that and should be punished. 
 The industry always wanted variable pricing.   Apple was an impediment to that. 
 Not really.   The music industry learned a valuable lesson.  They gave the Apple the car keys and look what happened.  Apple was able to grow to the point where they dictated terms like download pricing and other things.   They are now more wary about just giving Apple what it wants.   Iovine lends far more credibility than Eddie Cue.  Not because of a deficiency of Cue but rather Iovine does it all day every day. 
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