“iPhone,” the name the entire free world had all but unanimously christened it from the time it’d been nothing more than a twinkle in Stevie J’s eye (comments, Cisco?). Sweet, glorious specs of the 11.6 millimeter device (that’s frickin’ thin, by the way) include a 3.5-inch 480 x 320 touchscreen display with multi-touch support and a proximity sensor to turn off the sensor when it’s close to your face, 2 megapixel cam, 4GB or 8 GB of storage, Bluetooth with EDR and A2DP, WiFi that automatically engages when in range, and quadband GSM radio with EDGE. Perhaps most amazingly, though, it somehow runs OS X with support for Widgets, Google Maps, and Safari, and iTunes (of course) with CoverFlow out of the gate.
Not sure why people are saying touch screen is no good for dialing, I never enter numbers on my current phone; I always dial from my contact list. I have to say if it really runs OS X that will be fantastic, I have already gotten pretty fond of Darwin on my laptop. If my Pocket PC device is anything to go by I will not be reading web pages on the tiny resolution screen. I wonder if you can only get “push IMAP” through Yahoo!? (I am guessing that is a Blackberry-alike thing).
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