After nearly six months of hype, speculation and cynicism, Apple’s iPhone finally launches in the US today. That means the dedicated Apple fans who have been queuing since Tuesday to get their hands on one of the first models will finally see what the fuss is all about.
But iPhone fever has been building steadily for the past month, with anyone from hackers, iPhone accessory makers and Apple competitors regarding today’s release as one of the most important days in the technology calendar.
So what’s all the fuss about? PC Advisor reveals all the news, gossip, reviews and opinion in our definitive guide to the Apple iPhone.
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