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Becoming a Believer in Apple’s iPhone

One gripe about the iPhone is that it will cost $499 for the 4GB version and $599 for the 8GB version. Those are high prices for a cell phone. But the iPhone is a little more than a phone. It’s a video-ready iPod. How much do you pay for an 8GB iPod nano now? The answer: $249. Add that, plus the cost of a gorgeous, wide video screen to the price of, say, a Palm Treo 750, which is listed for $399, and you’re at a price that’s well north of $600.

read it here mobile-tech-today

Cingular/Rogers Not Subsidizing iPhone Cost?

Earlier today brought reports that Rogers would be providing the iPhone to Canadian customers. This confirms a word-of-mouth forum post made last week. Of interest, the post provided a little more information about the market dynamics between Apple and Rogers.


Will the iPhone be as essential as the iPod?

Apple hopes that’s the case, but the iPhone lacks some of the features of cheaper phones and packs some serious restrictions on its users.

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Imagine an iPhone the Size of a Surfboard

This is the future of computer screens. You have to see the full video.
Imagine having the smaller version in your hands in a few months, thanks to Apple Inc.

video feed at therawfeed

New iPhone countdown to launch widget

OSX only of course

download it here versiontracker

“iPhone” searches outpace “iPod” searches

Good news for us here, the interest for iPhone news and details outpaces the ipod queries at the moment.
Stay tuned.

read it here arstechnica

Cisco Says it Will Resolve iPhone GPL Violation

Last week we were reporting that Cisco is possibly violating the GPL license. They are taking actions apparently.

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Blackberry details leaked to buck iPhone effect

When your stock value drops 15% just by the announcement of the iPhone, you need to react fast.
Will it really be enough to attract investors?

read it all here techworld

iPhone Trademarks: the Real Issues

Apple’s iPhone announcement and Cisco’s iPhone trademark lawsuit has brought the iPhone moniker into the spotlight. But other companies also own and use iPhone trademarks, and market and sell their iPhone products. Mark Rasch explains how U.S. trademark law works and the real issues at play in this highly publicized trademark dispute.

more here securityfocus

Steve Ballmer is laughing at the iPhone

What else do you expect from him. A compliment probably hurts.

of course at youtube

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