Yes, Virginia, there is an iPhone from Apple

With its extensive features, the iPhone from Apple is scheduled to start shipping in June.

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Pinch yourself, Apple freaks. It's not a dream. The wide-screen, touch-enabled, media-playing iPod smart phone from Apple is here, and yes, it's called the iPhone. Read our play-by-play here.

Specs time:

  • Cingular, quad-band GSM/EDGE phone
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but no 3G
  • 11.6mm thick: that's thinner than all those other anorexic smart phones
  • 2-megapixel camera
  • iPod connector, mic input, and speaker jack
  • Proximity sensor: when it's close to your ear, the touch screen and display shut down
  • "Smart" screen knows which way to orient images depending on how you hold it; widescreen playback for videos
  • Highest-resolution Apple screen of all time
  • Listening to music on the iPhone Declan McCullagh/CNET Networks
  • Mac OS X operating system
  • Touch screen interface, no stylus
  • Full-on applications--more PC-like than mobile device-like
  • "Visual voice mail"
  • Safari Web browser
  • Google Maps: includes satellite and traffic data
  • POP3 and IMAP e-mail capabilities: real e-mail, not mobile version
  • Widgets!
  • Seamless integration between EDGE and Wi-Fi
  • Flash memory
  • 5 hours of talk, video, and browsing time; 16 hours of audio playback
  • 8GB model, $599 with a two-year contract
  • 4GB model, $499
  • Shipping in June

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