Wednesday’s Government Spending Review is going to be a depressing spectacle for many, especially in the Public Sector and those most dependant on it. 
 For those so inclined, Apple provide a moments respite as they announce a bunch of shiny stuff at their ‘Back To The Mac’ event. Not so great if you’re losing your benefits though… 
 It’s looking like a pre-announcement of work on Mac OSX Lion (multi-touch interface?), launches of iLife ‘11, iWork ‘11 suites, new MacBooks of some sort (smaller Airs?) and maybe release dates for iOS 4.2 and AirPlay are on the cards. 
 Always a good bet to check  here  before throwing cash Apple’s way, as a rule too. 
 So, hold your horses ‘til Wednesday if you’re thinking of buying and wait to see what Apple is offering (and whether the government has left you anything to buy it with anyhow)….

Wednesday’s Government Spending Review is going to be a depressing spectacle for many, especially in the Public Sector and those most dependant on it.

For those so inclined, Apple provide a moments respite as they announce a bunch of shiny stuff at their ‘Back To The Mac’ event. Not so great if you’re losing your benefits though…

It’s looking like a pre-announcement of work on Mac OSX Lion (multi-touch interface?), launches of iLife ‘11, iWork ‘11 suites, new MacBooks of some sort (smaller Airs?) and maybe release dates for iOS 4.2 and AirPlay are on the cards.

Always a good bet to check here before throwing cash Apple’s way, as a rule too.

So, hold your horses ‘til Wednesday if you’re thinking of buying and wait to see what Apple is offering (and whether the government has left you anything to buy it with anyhow)….

Andy Lee