Word on the street was that Steve Jobs could be unveiling a wide-screen iPod, a touch-screen portable, or a smartphone at this year's Macworld expo.
He did all three.
At the same time.
Jobs said he had been waiting two and a half years to introduce the iPhone. When he finally did, the entire room erupted in cheers. Apple has over two hundred different patents in the device, which holds all the features of an iPod, smartphone, and a PDA. And then some. The iPhone also supports most any e-mail account and allows for html web browsing and e-mailing.
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