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iThings to iPeople

Monday, July 02, 2007

You've had all weekend to play with your new iPhone. Does it live up to the hype? We take your calls, and talk with New York Times tech guru David Pogue and New York Magazine's John Heilemann, about whether Steve Jobs has indeed done it again.


John Heilemann and David Pogue

Comments [3]


I don't care about the iPhone. If I could get and receive calls on a can with a string attached to it, I would. Besides, my mp3 player has a touchscreen interface, so this technology is not new to me.

Jul. 02 2007 08:21 PM
Caroline S. Holley from Brooklyn

I would love to get an iPhone but do not want to switch wireless carriers - I am with Verizon right now. Do I have any options? Thanks, Caroline

Jul. 02 2007 02:37 PM

FYI: The News Hour with Jim Lehrer did a great piece on the "isolation factor" created by iPods, entitled the "iPod People", which is archived on their website. The segment details how iPods limit social interactions.

Jul. 02 2007 02:25 PM

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