The dust is settling from Steve Jobs’ Macworld 2008 keynote, which was lacking in new iPhones, but had plenty of other big announcements to chew over. The unveiling of the MacBook Air super-slim notebook was the highlight, measuring just 0.76 inches at its thickest point, but offering a 13.3-inch screen, 80GB hard drive, and Intel Core 2 Duo processor.
Also big news was the launch of iTunes Movie Rentals at $2.99 or $3.99 a pop, although the service won’t be available outside the US until later in the year. However, Apple’s revamped (and cheaper) Apple TV will offer HD movie rentals with Dolby 5.1. There was also the announcement of Digital Copy for iTunes, which’ll include an iPod-friendly digital version on selected DVDs.
Check out our Jobs Keynote Liveblog to see how it all went down.