The iPhone



My report is about the iPhone. In this paragraph you will learn lots about the iPhone. The most amazing thing I think is that if you have an iPod touch you can take calls from it by hacking it. You will also hear about how it works, the history and if you want to by one. YouŐll have to read on to hear the rest in my report about the iPhone.


This paragraph is about when the iPhone was introduced. According to (how stuff ŇJanuary 2007, Steve Jobs introduced the Apple iPhone.Ó They said when he introduced it looked like a little black square, and then he touched it with his finger and as his finger moved the cursor with it. Cool huh and it doesnŐt seem like much now, but when it was first introduced it was pretty amazing.

        This paragraph is about how many iPhones have soled this year. According to Tracy V. Wilson of how stuff works .com Over 1 Billion Phones Sold Last Year. Can you believe it one billion iPhones, that is enough to fill up three seven feet deep swimming pools holy cow do figure out the cost of that you would have to multiply $399 times a billion holy cow thatŐs still not including the bill every month. 

       This paragraph is about the country that the iPhone is most popular besides America. The iPhone is most popular in the country of Europe besides America. The iPhone was invented

In America I canŐt believe would be popular in so many other countries.

How it works


      This paragraph is about how the iPhone touch screen works. According to Tracy V. Wilson, ŇElectronic devices can use lots of different methods to detect a person's input on a touch-screen. Most of them use sensors and circuitry to monitor changes in a particular state. Many, including the iPhone, monitor changes in electrical current. Others monitor changes in the reflection of waves. These can be sound waves or beams of near-infrared light. A few systems use transducers to measure changes in vibration caused when your finger hits the screen's surface or cameras to monitor changes in light and shadow.Ó ( ItŐs like when you walk around on the carpet in socks and touch somebody. It shocks them that person reacts just like the iPhone would if you touched it (but on the iPhone you donŐt have to walk around in socks on the carpet to use the iPhone). 

          This paragraph is about hacking into an iPod Touch and making it an iPhone. To turn your iPod into an iPhone all you have to do according to (hackers for Let's say you didn't need that kind of firepower from your iPod touch, but that you would like to use it make a phone call every now and then. You can, and today I'm going to show you how to make VoIP phone calls from your iPod touch or iPhone using a freeware application called SIP-VoIP. Weird huh and itŐs not even illegal.

        This paragraph is about who invented the iPhone. The person who invented the iPhone is Steve Jobs when he first showed it to the people they were disappointed at what it looked like it looked like a little black box, but when he showed them what it does they all oowed and awed.

You want to buy one.

          This paragraph is about how much the iPhone costs in case you want to buy one. ŇActually the iPhone cost $399 in the US.Ó That is a lot of money and that doesnŐt even include the bill every month, plus Internet. Which costs a bit of money all together just a little.

               This paragraph is about the iPhone bill every month. The iPhone bill every month is sixty to one hundred dollars. Plus the 399 it already costs for the iPhone, and thatŐs not including Internet. Lots of money.

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April 30, 2008

a good article with lots of info on how the iPhone works and lots of interesting about the iPhone and what it does how much money it makes and lots of other stuff. Lots of adds




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May 1, 2008

A very great article about the iPhone no adds!!!!