Alright, I know. Watching a technology keynote address would be second only to getting a root canal at the dentist without gas or local anesthetic for most people.
But then there’s the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference recently held in San Francisco, where 5,000 lucky folks got a glimpse of how we’ll be computing and communicating later this summer.
With its full screen views and multi-touch functionality, the new Lion operating system debuting in July is totally killer.
It's everything Apple has become renowned for, but this time on steroids.
A user experience unlike anything you've ever seen.
And intuitive one-, two- and three-finger touch options that will make your mouse totally obsolete.
And best of all, where Apple operating system upgrades typically cost $129, this one will be...wait for it...$29.99.