11:01: Steve's thanking everyone who worked on the iPhone, and introducing John Mayer.
10:58: Steve says as of today, Apple's changing their name from "Apple Computer Inc." to just "Apple Inc."
10:53: Cingular/AT&T has an exclusive multi-year contract with Apple.
10:46: Steve's comparing the iPhone to buying an iPod and a smartphone—he says people carry around both.
10:42: Stereo headphones, headphones w/ microphone, Bluetooth headset (looks like a stick).
10:37: We're going to take you through a real-life scenario of a use case.
10:49: The Battery life is going to be 5 hours talk-time/video/browsing, 16 hours audio.
10:34: Jerry Yang, Eric Schmidt, and Steve Jobs sharing the same stage. How many countries could they buy if they pooled their money? It takes Steve to bring two web-enemies together.
10:26: Google maps widget just looks like google maps on the PC.
10:25: Only two widgets available now, Weather and Stocks.
10:22: Browsing gives you the standard browser view (just like on the PC).
10:16: Rich HTML: Any IMAP or POP.
10:14: Thumbnails go directly into full-screen photo viewing.
10:2310:19: Mail is all rich text, and parses out the phone numbers so you can dial directly from the email app.
10:11: The QWERTY Keyboard is on the bottom, and only comes up when it's necessary.
10:04: Improved contacts
Here's what the iPhone looks like when choosing a video.
9:579:56: To activate, you scroll the finger across the bottom.