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Apple showcased its much-anticipated take on the smart phone – a sleek device with a large screen that combines a phone, an iPod and instant messaging. Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO pulled an iPhone from his jeans pocket at the annual Macworld conference in San Francisco and drew a standing ovation at the end of his speech.Lacking the diminutive keypads found on other smart phones, Apple’s iPhone has a single button and a 3.5-inch touch screen to navigate between playing songs and videos, displaying pictures, typing instant messages and even making phone calls.

Steve Jobs also changed the company name from Apple Computer Inc. to just Apple Inc. to better reflect its transition to a full-scale consumer electronics manufacturer and retailer.Most of what Apple Inc sells now is mobile technology, whether it is iPods or notebooks,and even now desktop Macs.

Two versions of the iPhone will be released in the US in June:

1.A 4Gb version priced at $499 (Rs 22,000 approx)
2.A 8Gb version priced at $599 (Rs 26,000).
Sales are expected to start in Europe by the end of this year, and in Asia in 2008.

About the iPhone

The iPhone is 11.6 millimetres (0.5 inches) thick, has five hours of talk-time and 16 hours for playing music. It also includes a 2-megapixel digital camera, as well as a slot for headphones and a SIM card. It runs Apple’s OS X operating system and has the Safari browser for Web access. It can also send and display e-mail and text messages. Apple will soon partner with Yahoo on Web-based e-mail and with Google on maps.
The phone supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology and can also detect location from Global Positioning System satellites.
To demonstrate the three-in-one device’s processing muscle, Jobs accessed Google maps satellite imaging and, within seconds, zoomed in on the Washington Monument, then the Eiffel Tower. He also phoned a local coffee bar and jokingly ordered 4,000 lattes for his assembled guests.
The phone automatically syncs the user’s media – movies, music, photos – through iTunes on computers running either Mac OS X or Microsoft’s Windows. The device also syncs e-mail, Web bookmarks and any type of digital content stored on a PC.
To make a call, users can tap out the number on an on-screen keypad or scroll through their contacts and dial with a single touch. To zoom in on a photo or Web site, tap twice. To zoom out, tap once with two fingers.



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