By Dave on January 9, 2007
Just when everybody was so excited about the so-called iPod killer, Zune, Apple comes out with something new that blows it out of the water. CEO Steve Jobs earlier this morning showed off the new Apple iPhone, and from the looks of it, there will be little reason left to have much for a computer on your desk at home; the iPhone does it all. Use it to check your e-mail, browse the web, watch movies, listen to music, podcasts & audio books, check the time, take pictures & organize them, and so much more. Oh, and you can make & receive phone calls on it too.
The thing will use either wi-fi or cellular signals (Cingular), and will hunt down open wi-fi networks & pick them when it can. When you’re browsing the web it even knows which way is up, and will reorient its display when you turn it sideways or upside down.
Dang. It does all that, and I just got a Motorola Razr.