Phew – what a day. Sorry I’ve yet to weigh in on this bombshell, but it looks as though Cingular’s pulled up the socks that seemed droopy when the Pearl was launched, and have a new fervor with the addition of the iPhone to their roster. MacHead Steve Jobs let us know about the new iFamily member at his keynote speech at MacExpo that’s going on this week.
Now, we pointed you to an article earlier from the National Post who forecasted that the iPhone will be no threat to the BlackBerry, but now – it’s anyone’s guess.
It’s a really neat looking device. “Apple Inc.” (formerly known as Apple Computer) has launched a device that will, according to reliable news sources “leapfrog” over any competition, the BlackBerry included.
The iPhone, which will start at $499 when it launches in June, is controlled by touch, plays music, surfs the Internet and runs the Macintosh computer operating system. Jobs said it will “reinvent” wireless communications…
We’ll talk more about this tomorrow. But for now – first reactions, folks?