At MacWorld in San Francisco, Steve Jobs created yet more buzz and ended more than a year’s worth of rumors by introducing the iPhone. To say this next generation iPod device is unique looking is an understatement. A thin design and a nearly all-screen interface is an industry first. It has a 3.5-inch wide touchscreen display with multi-touch support, a built-in 2 megapixel camera, 8 GB of storage (yup, it’s a music and video player, too) Bluetooth with EDR, WiFi, and support for quadband GSM radio with EDGE. As if that wasn’t enough, the iPhone runs OS X, the Mac operating system and supports Safari, wthe Mac web browser and widgets, as well as applications from Yahoo and Google.