As expected, Apple has finally updated their line of iBooks today, along with a new Mac mini today.
Both the iBook and the Mac mini now come with a standard amount of 512MB RAM: Finally enough to run Mac OS X Tiger smoothly in a multitasking environment.
The new iBooks now also come with the sudden motion sensor already found in the Powerbooks, Bluetooth 2.0 and the infamous scrolling trackpad (I love that one on my Powerbook). As a final touch, both the iBook and the Mac mini now come with Airport Extreme on board by default.
None of this is very spectacular, but it’s good to see Apple finally come to it’s senses: 256MB memory was way too little, and Airport Extreme was supposed to be standard months ago.