First the Macintosh computer. Then the iPod. Then the MacBook. Now the iPhone.
Yesterday at the Macworld Conference, Steve Jobs unveild the much-anticipated Apple iPhone, which will be offered exculsively though Cingular Wireless.
The phone has iTunes and Web surfing capability and operates on the OS X platform.
How this new phone will change the way people use their mobile devices in the U.S. It will also be interesting to see what happens with the other carriers, as the excitement for the iPhone has been building for quite some time, if many people will switch providers in order to have the iPhone. Additionally, it will be interesting to watch what other handset makers – and leaders – like Motorola, Samsung and others will do to catch up.
Who doesn’t want to get on board with Apple and iPhone at this point??
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THE RUMORS WERE TRUE. STEVE Jobs did unveil the much-anticipated Apple iPhone at the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco yesterday. It is slim, stylish, sleek, comes in two versions (4 GB for $499, 8 GB for $599), has iTunes and Web surfing capability, will operate on the OS X platform, and will be available exclusively on the Cingular wireless network.
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