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The iPhone's design sets it apart from the cell phone crowd. We don't know yet how it will perform, but we can say for sure it's pretty.
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The iPhone's touchscreen menu uses colored icons to represent the phone's various features. You won't find a button anywhere.
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At 0.46-inches thick, the iPhone makes a play for the popular thin phone trend. But what exactly are those ports on the side?
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The iPhone's 2-megapixel camera lens sits at the top-left corner of the phone's rear face. Note that it doesn't look like there's a flash. And there's no self-portrait mirror either, unless the Apple icon can handle the job.
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What looks to be the iPhone's stereo speakers sit at the device's bottom end. The docking port appears in the same spot.
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The iPhone's touch dialpad, as well as Talk and End keys, are only visible when you want to make a call. There's always a learning curve when working with a touchscreen; we'll soon see how steep the iPhone's learning curve will be.
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The iPhone's music player features large album art and more touch controls. Though a wired headset is visible here, the iPhone will have a stereo Bluetooth profile.
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The glossy interface for scrolling through your playlists certainly looks attractive.
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The iPhone's video display doesn't look so bad either.
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A special sensor automatically adjusts the display orientation when you flip the iPhone on its side. Another sensor turns the display off when you put the phone to your ear.
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The iPhone features a full Web browser that works in both display and portrait mode.
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The iPhone will display Google maps and will let you find points of interest in your area. Wireless options include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but no 3G.
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