With the launch of Apple's iPad tablet and iBooks eBook purchasing and reading software, Apple has significantly rounded-out their device and content offerings, but TiPb can't help but think a few iApp holes remain, namely iChat, iMags, iNews, iFeeds, and iBlog.
Some of these will likely resonate immediately, others we might need to explain our thinking, but either way what Apple gave us last week and the hype and hyperbole, expectations and exasperations, hopes and howls that proceeded and followed it shows just how much we all think and feel about the iPhone OS platform.
First things first. None of these ideas are new or novel. In fact, most of them have been mentioned from early on and mentioned a lot. We're just looking at where the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad are today, and listing -- or re-listing -- some of the remaining, wickedly obvious, gaps in their apps.
Second things second. As much fun as we think an iPad version of Mac OS X's Photo Booth would be, we're not going to include anything that would require additional hardware like an iSight webcam. We want it, believe us we do, but we're going to stick with what Steve Jobs showed us on stage last week... for now.