“Kingrizz” and Engadget give us a first look at the Apple iPhone — demonstration includes making a call and searching through contacts. Watch after the jump.

…iPhone is first party software ONLY — i.e. not a smartphone by conventional terms, being that a smartphone is a platform device that allows software to be installed. That means hungry power-users — you know, those people ready and willing to plunk down $600 for an 8GB musicphone — won’t be able to extend the functionality of their phone any more than Apple (but thankfully not Cingular) dictates

[via Engadget]

“Kingrizz” and Engadget give us a first look at the Apple iPhone — demonstration includes making a call and searching through contacts. Watch after the jump.

…iPhone is first party software ONLY — i.e. not a smartphone by conventional terms, being that a smartphone is a platform device that allows software to be installed. That means hungry power-users — you know, those people ready and willing to plunk down $600 for an 8GB musicphone — won’t be able to extend the functionality of their phone any more than Apple (but thankfully not Cingular) dictates

[via Engadget]