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Massive iPhone Interface, Comparison Gallery Posted

We’ve just posted a massive new collection of iPhone interface and comparison pictures. Ever wondered how an iPhone compares physically to a Motorola RAZR? A Sidekick 3?


The original iPod, or current iPod models?



Want to see pictures of the iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, and Mac computers all next to each other?



Then check our our iPhone unboxing gallery, and our additional interface shots on Flickr. Enjoy!


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While there are many things I have against the iPhone, I have to say, that is one damn good piece of hardware. I can’t wait to see what the 6G iPod looks like.

Posted by doompod on June 30, 2007 at 12:35 AM (CDT)


What I would really like added to the blue-tooth headset is a hear-cip. Which simple attaches to the BT-HS made by apple or anyone else, those buds just don’t fit or stay in my hears.

Posted by ;-) on June 30, 2007 at 3:48 AM (CDT)


Have you noticed how in your images above that all of Apple’s products seem to have the same outward look and feel, the same smooth, seamless and balanced lines regardless the product?  Yet the Razor and Sidekick appears totally out of character in relation to the iPhone.  Interesting.

Posted by Scarlet Squirrel on June 30, 2007 at 9:59 PM (CDT)


I was rather hoping they would include a pic of the iPhone next to an iMac, a MacBook, Mr Job’s desk, the Apple factory in China…just for a comparison of size, you know.

Posted by Rob on July 2, 2007 at 2:33 PM (CDT)

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