iPhone

This handout image received 10 January, 2007 courtesy of Apple shows the home screen of the new <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PRDCES00000002" title="Apple iPhone" href="/topic/services-shopping/apple-iphone-PRDCES00000002.topic">iPhone</a>. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP001070" title="Apple Inc." href="/topic/business/technology-industry/apple-inc.-ORCRP001070.topic">Apple Computer</a> on 09 January announced its entry into the mobile phone market, proudly unveiling its "iPhone" that the company hopes will emulate the revolutionary success of the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PRDCES000000025" title="Apple iPod" href="/topic/services-shopping/apple-ipod-PRDCES000000025.topic">iPod</a>. The iPhone will be ultra-slim -- less than half-an-inch (1.3 centimeters) thick -- boasting a phone, Internet capability and an MP3 player as well as featuring a two megapixel digital camera. Two versions of the iPhone will be released, a four gigabyte version priced at 499 dollars and an eight gigabyte version priced at 599 dollars. The devices will be shipped to US retail stores in June.
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( HO/AFP/Getty Images / January 8, 2007 )

This handout image received 10 January, 2007 courtesy of Apple shows the home screen of the new iPhone. Apple Computer on 09 January announced its entry into the mobile phone market, proudly unveiling its "iPhone" that the company hopes will emulate the revolutionary success of the iPod. The iPhone will be ultra-slim -- less than half-an-inch (1.3 centimeters) thick -- boasting a phone, Internet capability and an MP3 player as well as featuring a two megapixel digital camera. Two versions of the iPhone will be released, a four gigabyte version priced at 499 dollars and an eight gigabyte version priced at 599 dollars. The devices will be shipped to US retail stores in June.

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