Apple improved the iWork apps, launched a very good education iPad for $299 (with Pencil support) but John Falcone has a list of what we didn’t get:
Given the education tilt of the event, most of us didn’t expect to see much more. Still, there are plenty of things in the Apple rumorverse that the company could’ve slipped in, either on stage, or even just in its online store once it refreshed after the event.
- A real iPad price cut
- Groundbreaking keyboard
- Cheaper MacBook Air
- iPhone SE 2
- AirPower charging pad
It was, after all, an obvious education event to introduce the new iPad, classroom specific tools, and 200GB of iCloud for teachers and students, but something about an education oriented, entry-level MacBook would have been a plus.