I'm assuming and only assuming that iMovie isn't for the original iPad due to the lack of cameras (I know you can get video in other ways but....). I am happy about GB being available for all iPads though.
While I agree there's a lot of people that would probably jump on a keyboard equipped iPhone I just can't see Apple doing one. They design a whole OS for touch and then backstep and add a keyboard? Just doesn't seem very Apple to me. I could be wrong but Apple doesn't conform. Apple makes you do so.
Now that I'd buy. Something that could work WITH my existing TV service. I can see the possibilities. Especially if can be smart enough to know what I'm viewing and can be an adjunct to it. Of course I'd also like to be able to use it as a stand-alone device too.
Don't see it and yes I know I'm not the center of the universe. Smaller cheaper? iPod Touch comes to mind. Just doesn't seem like there's a whole lot gained or lost whichever is the case by a 7" model that isn't already met by the iPod Touch or the iPad at its current configuration.
WAY less dropped calls. Well not WAY less since I didn't have that many with the iP3G. But since I've had my iP4 I've dropped one call and that was in an area that I couldn't even use my old iPhone. I've been nothing but pleased in the iP4.
Ding! Ding! Ding! I don't use my iPhone for a phone often so it's not much of an issue. However when I do make a call I want it to go through and in my experience it has and in situations that my 3G didn't.
I'm not a power user by any stretch of the imagination but I do use iCal quite a bit for "to do's and since I got my iPad I've had nothing but trouble syncing between my iPhone, iMac and iPad. Since the beta it's been all good.
I'm not sure what I was doing wrong but the iPad was the culprit. I never had any trouble with the iPhone/iMac. Whatever it was the new beta configuration seemed to iron it out.