Excellent Round-Up of Unknown iPhone Features

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Philip Elmer-Dewitt, author of the excellent Apple 2.0 blog, has rounded up the blogosphere’s analyses of Apple’s new guided iPhone tour. Definitely check the list out – it’s really awesome that Apple built in read-only support for PDFs, Word docs and Excel spreadsheets. A friend from Toronto showed me a PowerPoint slideshow on his Motorola Q. Having seen that, I’m desperate for Apple to do the same thing. You listening, Cupertino?

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  • Craig

    Has anyone else noticed that Microsoft’s new ‘Surface’ product looks an awful lot like a giant iPhone in the shape of a coffee table? The only difference is you can’t make a phone call with the coffee table.

  • nope.

    nope — horrible observation.

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