A downloadable color skin for the Razr mimics the iPhone interface.
Kent GermanFormer senior managing editor / features
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And here you thought the Apple/Motorola marriage was no more. If you're frothing at the mouth for Apple's iPhone and can't wait until June to get your fix, there is a way (for the moment at least) to get a taste of what's to come. Macsupport is linking to a download for Motorola Razrs that installs a skin of the iPhone menu interface for the phone's display. Granted, it won't magically turn your Razr into an iPhone but if you want that Apple taste for a few months, it may just do the trick. We don't expect Apple's lawyers to take kindly to it though, so be sure to get it while the getting is good.
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