“I skate to where the puck is going to be,
not to where it’s been.”

– Wayne Gretzky –

Today in his keynote address at Macworld 2007, Steve Jobs introduced the highly anticipated iPhone. Jobs claims that they will “redefine the phone” and compares this development to the Mac in 1984 and iPod in 2001. The device includes a widescreen iPod, phone, and internet device all controlled by a multi-touch display. I am currently in the market for a new cell phone that will incorporate all those functions. I will have to say that the pictures and demonstration of the iPhone definitely have me interested. The only problem – we have to wait until summer and the price will be high. The links above contain pictures of the event as well as guides of the iPhone.

Jobs also introduced a new device called Apple TV that integrates your computer with your television. It too looks quite impressive.

So, what do you think? Will the iPhone control the market like the iPod? Will Apple TV be the next big thing for televisions?

Update: You can now watch the keynote of Steve Jobs here.

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