According to an article on Ars Technica, Apple could introduce new iOS powered Time Capsules at the WWDC. The new Capsules may run on an A4 or A5 processor from Apple and iOS to manage the more advanced functions that could appear in the device. The new devices are rumored to download updates and cache them, dispatching them later on all the Macs and iOS devices connected to them. They are also rumored to cache some iCloud content for faster access when on the local network. They may also bring wireless syncing to iOS devices, bypassing the need to sync them with a Mac.
Steve Jobs just announced the new iPad 2 which is one-third thinner than the first-generation model. It is just 8.8mm thick, ( thinner than the iPhone 4) and lighter than the iPad 1 (1.3 pounds vs 1.5 pound).
New accessories have also been introduced. New cases called Smart Covers will attach magnetically to the iPad 2 and will automatically wake the device when opened and put it to sleep when closed (a bit like the blackberry phones). Apple will also sell a HDMI adapter.
The iPad 2 will be available starting March 11 in the U.S. and will come in two colors (white and black). Pricing and capacities are the following : $499 for 16GB, $599 for 32GB, and $699 for 64GB. The Wi-Fi + 3G models will cost $629 for 16GB, $729 for 32GB, and $829 for 64GB.