Google and Apple: Match made in heaven?

January 9, 2007 at 10:18 pm Leave a comment

Wow, the must have gadget for christmas 2007 in the UK has already been accounted for.  I’m sure you all know already that Apple has released details of the much touted iPhone.

Now we know one of the reasons why Eric Schmidt gets a seat on the Apple board.   Schmidt and Jobs demonstrated Google applications (google maps were shown) on the phone along with many other featrues, obviously itunes integration but the input mechanism seems to be unique as well.  We’ll have to wait until the hype dies down a little before we get the full picture I guess.

I think I’ve read that is isn’t 3G enabled but is wifi, I imagine the lack of 3G coverage in the US has driven the decision not to go with 3G capability straight away.

Although aimed at the consumer will the iphone turn into the must have business phone?  Clearly Datacom need to get one for ‘R+D’ asap!

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