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Apple iPhone 3GS

A familiar look

In profile

More memory

A new keyboard

Show it off

On the go

Video recording and editing

Find your way

Multimedia messaging

Cut, copy, and paste

Spotlight

Movie rentals

The iPhone 3GS looks just like the iPhone 3G. You can choose between black and white models.
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The display, interface, and exterior controls are also unchanged.
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The iPhone 3GS' sleek profile is unmistakable.
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The iPhone 3GS is the first iPhone to offer a 32GB version. You can get it in a 16GB size, as well.
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We welcome the landscape keyboard for messaging, even if we needed just a dose of acclimation.
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The iPhone 3GS remains attractive, though in its third year it's less likely to win looks on the street.
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The iPhone 3GS travels well and its display has a new protective coating to restrict fingerprints and smudges.
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The iPhone 3GS' video-editing tool is functional, intuitive, and fun.
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With the Voice Control feature you can make calls and control the iPod player.
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The Compass feature points to north and shows you latitude and longitude.
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The iPhone 3GS adds new accessibility features, including the option to change the display's contrast.
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In beta testing, the multimedia messaging application was easy to use. We look forward to AT&T activating the feature later this summer.
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The cut, copy, and paste feature is long overdue. The interface is simple and easy to use and it works across all applications including notes, e-mails, messages, and text on Web pages.
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After inputting a search term with the onscreen keyboard, Spotlight will search your contact list, messaging and e-mail folders, apps, iTunes library, and calendar.
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You can rent movies right in the iTunes store.
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