Yesterday's music event from Apple introduced the 2010 range of iPods, with less new features than rumoured; namely, the lack of camera in the new iPod Touch surprised many people; according to reliable sources, it was due to late technical issues in the camera parts, which prompted the delay in their presentation.
But beyond the specific features of the new models (well documented in the web), in my opinion the big news was the reappearance of Steve Jobs onstage to present new Apple products. This has been almost discarded by many people, with some bold profile bloggers suggesting it would never happen again. So it was good to see the boss back home. His look seems to me expectable for someone who had a recent liver transplantation, and the important point is that Jobs is actually back at work, personally leading the development of the new Apple tablet, which everybody expects to be released in 2010.
So I hope those are all good signs of more exciting products to come, from someone who has pioneered the world of computers and consumer electronics in a way that nobody else ever did.