It's arrived. Our lucky, lucky US colleagues at CNET.com have an iPhone in their feted hands and have generously taken a great bunch of photos to share the experience. Bless them.
We've got a metric tonne of other coverage for you too. Most importantly, here's our full, in-depth review. And here's what happened at . Here's our to everything you ever wanted to know about the iPhone. And here's a of everything we've ever written about the thing, from our spectacularly wrong early guesswork to our obsessive need to catalogue every little detail.
Here's to being a fanboy. -Nick Hide
The iPhone has a large and impressive touch screen, which also means a severe lack of buttons.
What's an Apple product without a prominent Apple logo? A small 2.0-megapixel camera lens is also on the back.
The iPhone is only 11.7mm thick, making it one of the slimmest smart phones on the market.
The iPhone fits very nicely in the hands of CNET.com's senior editor Donald Bell.
The iPhone is slim enough to be easily pocketable. We would still recommend a case for it however, just to protect it against any scratches.
The iPhone's full touch-screen interface means you have to dial and text with your fingers.
The iPhone has a 2.0-megapixel camera on the back.
The speakers are located at the bottom of the iPhone.
The iPhone features a virtual Qwerty keyboard to type out text messages and emails. It has an intelligent sensor that will correct typos by suggesting the word or letter you meant to type.
Of course, the iPhone has an iPod-like music player, complete with CoverFlow, which lets you flip through your favourite albums.
The iPhone's large screen makes videos look stunning.
You can surf full-on HTML Web pages with the built-in Safari Web browser.
The iPhone has a built-in Google Maps application that can give you turn-by-turn directions to your destination.