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Monday, August 6, 2007

iPhone's Big Three Features


On the iPod front, iPhone lets you enjoy all of your existing iPod content, including music, audiobooks, podcasts, video podcasts, music videos, television shows, and movies, which iPhone can grab from your iTunes library (Mac or PC).


On the phone side, iPhone synchronizes with the contacts and calendars on your Mac or PC. It includes a full-featured QWERTY soft keyboard, which makes text messaging easier than ever before. There's also a 2 megapixel digital camera and a sophisticated photo management application, which makes taking and managing digital photos a pleasure instead the nightmare it can be on other phones.


iPhone is a full-featured Internet communication device with a rich HTML e-mail client that is compatible with most POP and IMAP mail services. There's also a special version of Mac OS X's world-class Web browser, Safari, which makes Web surfing enjoyable and easy, which is very unlike other phones. Another cool Internet feature is a killer mapping application based on Google Maps, which lets you view maps, driving directions, satellite imagery, and traffic information regardless of where in the U.S. you happen to be.

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