The iPhone 3.0 OS has references to brand new iPhone models (not just one, but two), a new iPod and the mysterious "iProd."
Apple made a big deal about allowing in-app transactions with the new iPhone 3.0 API. It's great news if you're a developer looking to make more scratch, but it's potentially terrible news for users.
Now you can focus your rage directly at AT&T for the lack of a legit tethering solution. In the Q+A, Apple's Scott Forstall put the onus on the carriers to come up with an official tethering solution (at extra cost, of course):
If this camera button is any indication, you'll soon be able to send photos (and videos?) with your iPhone, just like all your friends have been doing since 2003. Sweet.