AT&T E-Mail Suggests Small Changes to iPhone

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Date: Monday, May 7th, 2007, 08:13
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An animated GIF file present in a recent AT&T newsletter e-mail has brought to light some minor changes that have been made to Apple’s upcoming iPhone since its introduction at the January Macworld Expo in San Francisco.
In the lower left hand corner, a double-arrow button is now present. This has been considered as a toggle for zoom functions, although its intended purpose has yet to be revealed.
A new icon in the lower right hand section of the screen is shaped like a car. Appl has discussed how it will provide traffic data and the Google Maps web site currently uses a car-shaped icon to pull up current traffic conditions for assorted U.S. cities.
Finally, the “Cingular” logo present on previously viewed versions of the iPhone have been replaced with an “AT&T” logo. Although Cingular and A&T are still functioning as two separate entities despite last year’s merger, the long-term plan is to operate solely as AT&T.
To see the animated GIF, click over to the MacNN article.


iphonehand.jpg
An animated GIF file present in a recent AT&T newsletter e-mail has brought to light some minor changes that have been made to Apple’s upcoming iPhone since its introduction at the January Macworld Expo in San Francisco.
In the lower left hand corner, a double-arrow button is now present. This has been considered as a toggle for zoom functions, although its intended purpose has yet to be revealed.
A new icon in the lower right hand section of the screen is shaped like a car. Appl has discussed how it will provide traffic data and the Google Maps web site currently uses a car-shaped icon to pull up current traffic conditions for assorted U.S. cities.
Finally, the “Cingular” logo present on previously viewed versions of the iPhone have been replaced with an “AT&T” logo. Although Cingular and A&T are still functioning as two separate entities despite last year’s merger, the long-term plan is to operate solely as AT&T.
To see the animated GIF, click over to the MacNN article.

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