The iPhone, which plays off the enormous success of Apple's iPod, has dominated cell phone talk and media coverage for months. It promises to merge music, video, the Web, e-mail, a camera and more into a spiffy looking phone with a touchpad.
But the phone won't come cheap. It will cost $499 for four gigabytes of memory or $599 for a model with twice the memory. The phone will only work on the network of AT&T, until recently Cingular Wireless, and requires a two-year service contract.