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iPhone 4

Sure, I watched CNET staffers blog live from today’s event at WWDC 2010. In addition to the replay and other articles, CNET presents an FAQ on upgrading to iPhone 4.

I also admit that I have not had time to digest all of the information. Fortunately, there are people who are PAID to do just that! :-)

Both CNN and CNET have great summaries of today’s presentation by Steve Jobs, which covered apps, iPad, and the new iPhone 4.

OK, then, what “caught my eye?” In no particular order:

Google’s Android OS edged out iPhone’s OS (now called iOS) during the first quarter of 2010, which brings me to the biggest unannounced fact of the day, the elephant in the room, that iPhone 4 runs only on AT&T’s cellular network. :-(

It looks like many of us will be waiting awhile longer.

(Note added June 15, 2010: CNET covered some of the preorder madness. Someday, I’ll get to play this game.)

-Bill at

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