Last week, direct comments from Microsoft executives termed the iPhone as "irrelevant" and unfit for business. For most of us, this was almost like stating the obvious. The iPhone is a multimedia device targeted towards a youthful market of music-driven iPod users, loaded with entertainment oriented features. The idea that Blackberry or Treo users wouldn't be replacing their devices with an iPhone sort of seemed like common sense.
With two months still in front of us until the Apple iPhone hits stores, more and more iPhone accessory and add-on stores are starting to pop up on the web.
Today, we at iPhoneFAQ launched our merchant partnered iPhone Store. Though the iPhone itself isn't here yet, plenty of goodies are. Many popular accessories such as car kits, spare chargers, screen protectors, bluetooth adapters, and stereo headsets are already available for the iPhone.
One of the authors at the online blogÂ iThug.com reported today that an individual was spotted using the long awaited iPhone in public.
Reuters reported today that a senior AT&T executive has indicated the iPhone is on target for it's release sometime during the month of June.
In recent weeks, internal moves at Apple and reports of battery life testing issues have generated a good deal of speculation that the iPhone would not be available to customers as early as previously reported.
The latest from AT&T, currently Apple's exclusive partner in release of the iPhone, says otherwise. Reuters quoted CEO Randall Stephenson indicating that testing is on schedule and has offered promising results.
Rumors are flying again regarding the Apple iPhone cost. Normally, rebate news isn't necessarily something to stop the presses for. However, when you're talking about the Apple iPhone and it's daunting $600 price point, it is.