Well, that was a jam-packed keynote. As far as the HomePod, I thought it was strange as they were mainly marketing it as a music device vs. smart home control. For $349, it better sound really, really good. Hopefully they come out with a cheaper model that has a speaker comparable to the Echo for 200-ish, but knowing Apple, they likely won't - at least for a few years.
I am liking the new 10.5-inch iPad and the new iOS 11 for iPads. Unfortunately, we didn't see a dark theme with iOS 11. That'll probably come later this year and be exclusive to the new iPhones. I still find it strange that we don't have 7000 series aluminum or 3D touch (both introduced with iPhone 6s in 2015) on these new iPads. Also wish it was water resistant and had a static home button like the iPhone 7. Was shocked to find a headphone jack included! Also wish it shipped with a fast charger and USB-C to Lightning cable out of the box.
iMac Pro seems very, very cool, but way too expensive for the average consumer (hence the Pro branding). I hope they'll start selling the other iMacs in the space gray / black color option... Personally, I'm thinking about the 21" iMac that cost $1499... seems decent. That, or the $1299 MacBook Pro w/o Touchbar. I was hoping they would introduce new a new battery technology like the 12" MacBook with the MacBook Pros... but no. Speaking of the 12" MacBook, it got a pretty decent update (speed wise), and it's probably not a terrible choice anymore.