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At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs\r\nhighlights applications on the new iPhone that include photo sharing,\r\ntexting, Web browsing and mapping features. "iPhone is like having your\r\nlife in your pocket," Jobs says.
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs unveils the new Apple phone. The mobile device has built-in features such as music and video playback, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a digital camera. The 4GB version is priced at $499 with a tw
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs demos\r\nApple TV. The Wi-Fi-enabled device will have 720p high-definition video\r\nand a 40GB hard drive to store up to 50 hours of video. It will cost\r\nconsumers $299.
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs unveils\r\nthe new Apple phone. The mobile device has built-in features such as\r\nmusic and video playback, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a digital camera.\r\nThe 4GB version is priced at $499 with a two-year contract; the 8GB\r\nversion, $599.
At San Francisco's Moscone Center, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs opens Macworld 2007 by unveiling Apple TV. The new box will allow five computers to connect to the device, creating a hub for the digital living room.
At Apple's press event Wednesday in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs shows off the latest version of the iPod Touch. The new Touch shares many features with the iPhone 4, including Apple's Retina Display technology, a front-facing camera, and FaceTime.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils several new hardware and software upgrades at Macworld in San Francisco. From the thin and light Macbook Air notebook to a revamped Apple TV, News.com's Kara Tsuboi shares the highlights.
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, ZDNet Editor-in-Chief Dan Farber talks with Tim Bajarin, president of market analyst firm Creative Strategies, about Apple's iPhone. Will the mobile device take the market by storm in June when it goes on sale?
At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Jeremy Schoenherr of MLB.com demos At-Bat, a new iPhone app from Major League Baseball. Users can access statistics and information about who's pitching and batting, as well as video highlights in near real-time.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs dials up a pal to demo the iPhone 4's new FaceTime video-calling feature.