A few days ago, a rumor started circulating that Apple and Nintendo may be teaming up in a fashion which would find Nintendo delivering games for the iPhone. The rumor is definitely enough to perk up a few heads, but unfortunately comes from an unnamed, unconfirmed source.
A few days ago we alerted you to a new and improved version of Apple's iPhone website. Now we're doing it again. Apple has updated the iPhone section of their web site again, including some interesting new content.
Most prominent is the new guided tour video, which at roughly 20 minutes long, walks through the features and capabilities of the iPhone at a more intimate level than we've previously seen.
The TV ads have also been updated to include the new ad highlighting the recently announced YouTube capabilities of the iPhone.
As there is apparently an insatiable desire for iPhone market research, which may or may not surprise you, there is no shortage of analyst opinions or survey results to write about. The problem is that, most often, they aren't worth writing about. There's little information on which to base market research on at this point, mostly due to the fact that Apple and AT&T have been less than forthcoming with details about the iPhone.
Apple relaunched a reformatted iPhone site today which includes some new demos, pictures of the iPhone, and other information. Though the new site isn't brimming over with new details - it does provide on very big, very juicy piece of information: the Apple iPhone will have YouTube.
Come tomorrow, everyone will be saying "10 days and counting", or "the countdown has begun", or something like that. We're getting ever closer to the launch and just when you think the buzz couldn't grow any more, it does. Each day more and more news is out there about the iPhone, so much that it's getting hard to
sift wade through it. Most of the information is, as usual, is non-information - but there are a few new items worth noting.