GeoffisPure: I can't imagine the iCloud being too popular here in New Zealand, mainly because of our low data caps. Uploading video you just took, or apps you just bought and pushing them to all devices in your house is a pretty fast way to burn through your internet limit, no?
I may be lucky but most places I go, including work, I'm on WiFi. But from what I gathered from the WWDC keynote, app purchases don't get pushed to your other devices automatically. They get tagged as 'purchased' on iTunes and you have the option of downloading them (for free) to your other devices if you so desire. Zero point in my PC getting a copy of TomTom Navigation for example.
Default seems to be wifi only, which makes sense.
dacraka: Looks like the 3GS won't have any of the photo editing features such as crop or red-eye reduction etc...
I wonder why Apple isn't implementing these features? The hardware is certainly fast enough.
I guess they just want people to upgrade to the latest model?
At least it has all of the other features that iOS5 has I guess!