Everyone else is predicting grand cloud strategies that will reshape all of computing.
My two items are not predictions, just wishes, and I don’t think I’m asking for much:
1) For Apple to relent, recognize the cultural importance and value-enhancement of books, and let eBookstores sell in-app without requiring a business-murdering 30% vig to Apple.
2) For Apple to admit that with over 500,000 items now in the App Store — with many, many more on the way — it can no longer justify taking 30% from developers because Apple absolutely cannot market every app, only provide a Store listing.
What’s so difficult about either of those?
Update, June 6, 2011: Apple did neither. Next!