The new version of Mac OS X will incorporate many more elements from iOS, like touch gestures. It's also only $30, and available through the Mac App Store.
Instead of managing multiple pop-up bubbles, notifications will align themselves at the top of the screen.
Each app will now allow you to easily tweet out photos, YouTube videos, and links.
These reminders can be set so that if you go to a specific location you need something from, iOS will notify you so that you don't forget.
Like Research in Motion's BBM service, iMessage is an iOS-to-iOS messaging program that avoids text charges and caps.
Calling this the "post-PC" era, iOS users will now be able to simply login with their Apple IDs and sync all their devices.
For faster access, the left-side volume buttons can now open up the camera as well.
The biggest announcement was "iCloud," which will give every iOS user a free 5GB of storage, and allow you to store documents, photos, music, calendars, contacts, and emails online.
Now you'll be able to buy a song on iTunes and immediately transfer it to your iOS device.
For $25 a year, Apple will scan all your music files--regardless of their source--and convert them so that they can all be accessed through the cloud.