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Apple Introduces Revolutionary iPhone


It's a widescreen iPod, mobile phone, and "internet communicator" all in one using a touchscreen navigation. Only one button, the home button. Thinner than any smartphone. Comes with full-featured internet browser, integrated Google search and maps, free Yahoo push IMAP email (like BlackBerry), runs OSX, widgets. Shipping in June in $499 and $599 models, exclusively with Cingular. Developing...

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  1. If you watched the iPhone Introduction on and still think that this phone isn't revolutionary, you're a fucking idiot.

    Posted by: D. R. H. | Jan 10, 2007 1:59:37 AM

  2. Cracks me up when people call others "idiots" using punctuation and spelling errors.

    Posted by: Rascal | Jan 10, 2007 9:58:44 AM

  3. Cracks me up when people criticize other's punctuation and spelling in the comments section of a blog in order to make themselves feel more intelligent than the rest.

    Posted by: D. R. H. | Jan 10, 2007 11:07:26 AM

  4. poop for all u haters : ) love u guys

    Posted by: Juan C Diaz | Jan 10, 2007 7:22:00 PM

  5. Apple isn't afraid to spend gobs of money in R&D. Other companies wait for them to do the work, then copy and rip them off. It's disgusting. Worse than those fake Spade bags and Rolex watches sold on street corners.

    Look at the dozens of iPod rip-offs. Consider how Microsoft stole all Apple's window software innovations. The examples go on.

    The copier are careful to be just different enough to avoid lawsuits, but it's still theft. I hope that Apple's patents on these innovations are strong and they sue the butts off the followers who copy their ideas.

    So all those grousing about the cost.... it's the price of innovation. The engineers must be paid for their hours of research and the entrepreneurs need a profit incentive to support invention. I think those are reasonable costs for what you get.

    Michael said it best... a tech boner for sure. Glad I bought my Apple stock when it was under $30. It's more than tripled and bound to keep going.

    Posted by: BJ | Jan 10, 2007 7:25:31 PM

  6. Goddamn, I'm so ready for the second generation of these to come out.

    Posted by: Wells. | Jan 13, 2007 3:00:06 PM

  7. iPhone is available with Cingular ONLY!?
    And what if I am stuck under contract with a carrier OTHER
    than Cingular but still want a iPhone?
    Well, the only solution
    I could fine was -
    they get you out of any cell phone contract!

    Posted by: Roger Smith | Jan 19, 2007 1:13:08 AM

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    Posted by: Chris Anderson | Mar 24, 2009 10:21:41 AM

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