Near the beginning of today’s Stevenote, Jobs said he was going to talk about the iPhone and then bring someone on to talk about “Snow Leopard,” the next OS X version. After all the excitement of the iPhone, he said good-bye and walked off stage. If I had to guess, I’d say the demos all ran so extravagantly long that Jobs cut the Stevenote off before everyone at Moscone’s bladders burst.
The funny thing is, I didn’t see anyone in the blogosphere pick up on the lost plot thread for the next few hours. For those of us who’ll likely never have an iPhone, the news of a new OS X is very much more exciting. Instead, all we got was a parade of app demos that ranged from “not for me” to “nice proof of technology.”
I hope that by now, someone’s pointed it out somewhere on the blogosphere. ::sigh::
I’m guessing there’ll be a presentation on it at some point in this week’s conferences.
Update: John Gruber answers the question. And it means answers should be available by now. I must go looking for them!