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The iPhone is one of the prettiest cell phones we've ever seen.
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The iPhone has a large and impressive touch screen, which also means a severe lack of buttons.
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What's an Apple product without a prominent Apple logo? A small 2.0-megapixel camera lens is also on the back.
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The Apple iPhone is only 0.46-inch thick, making it one of the slimmest smart phones on the market.
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The Apple iPhone fits very nicely in the hands of our Senior Editor Donald Bell.
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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.
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The iPhone's full touch-screen interface means you have to dial and text with your fingers.
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The Apple iPhone has a 2.0-megapixel camera on the back.
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The Apple iPhone speakers are located at the bottom of the phone.
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The Apple iPhone features a virtual QWERTY keyboard to type out text messages and e-mails. It has an intelligent sensor that will correct typos by suggesting the word or letter you meant to type.
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Of course, the iPhone has an iPod-like music player, complete with Coverflow that lets you flip through your favorite albums.
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The iPhone's large screen makes videos look stunning.
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You can surf full-on HTML Web pages with the built-in Safari Web browser.
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The iPhone has a built-in Google Maps application that can give you turn-by-turn directions to your destination.
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