Apple iPhone from Cingular Wireless
The highly anticipated Apple iPhone.
Wish you could carry around a single device that meets your needs to talk and jam? You can, as soon as Cingular Wireless and Apple unleash the iPhone, a combination cell phone-iPod digital music player.
Announced January 9, the much-anticipated Apple iPhone looks like a PDA with its colorful screen and sleek, handheld size. No flip-flopping tops or buttons to push. Thin at three-and-a-half inches wide. Standard Cingular cell phone features apply, such as Rollover minutes, and music lovers can download songs to the iPhone via Apple's iTunes. Get connected with Wi-Fi and browse the Internet on your iPhone.
But the really impressive feature of the new device is the digital visual voicemail - that's right, you can read those long, pesky messages instead of listening to them!
Cingular, now part of AT&T, is the only United States cell phone carrier authorized to sell the iPhone. The price for the iPhone has been said to cost between $500 and $600.
Fortune Magazine says the iPhone will be available in the United States in June, followed by a release in Europe and Asia by 2008.
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