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iPhone OS 3.0 hands-on screenshots

CNET offers you a sneak peek of Apple's latest mobile operating system, checking out the biggest additions, such as cut and paste, multimedia messaging, and the landscape keyboard.

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iPhone 3.0 hands-on photos

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We managed to get a sneak peek at the iPhone OS 3.0.

It's a beta version, so things could change between now and the official release this summer, but we captured a few screenshots to give you an idea of its look and feel.

Of course, we checked out the biggest additions, such as cut and paste, multimedia messaging, and the landscape keyboard. Yet we also cruised through the "shake to shuffle" feature, the Spotlight search feature, the voice memo recorder, and a few others. We even found something we that we weren't expecting.

So to get the full experience, check out the iPhone OS 3.0 screenshots in all their glory.