Macworld 2007 - iPhone and Apple TV

Steve Jobs's keynote speech at MacWorld was today. It's still happening, actually, coming up on 2 pm on the east coast. Engadget has a detailed rundown for those who missed it.

The two highlights? iTV is now Apple TV. You can hook up to five computers to this thing. The broadcast is in 720p, though, and as a few of you may be aware, that's already kind of outmoded. It retails for $299.

Then there's the iPhone, which is small, runs iTunes, has a camera, lets you browse the internet . . . basically everything phones do nowadays. But it has a state-of-the-art touchscreen. Jobs calls it "the ultimate digital device." It'll retail for $499. Plus a two-year contract.

Um . . .

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