Pretty. I wonder what it looks like after it's been handled and the touch screen used? A true touch screen - with no stylus in sight - seems like a good idea. It'll be interesting to see if what seems like a good idea pans out in reality. I've been using a PPC for the past few days and really miss all the buttons on my SmartPhone. Maybe Apple has figured a way around what is (if you ask me) a frustrating experience when using a touch screen PPC.
I saw a guy at Disneyland today taking a photo using his Treo. He was standing there aiming the camera/phone with one hand and doing something on the screen with the stylus in his other hand. It looked very awkward IMHO. There is much you can do on a touch screen PPC without the stylus...but not all. Eventually you have to break it out and use it for something.
It'll be interesting to see how this Apple works in real life.
Devices: T-Mobile MDA (Cingular SIM), i-mate SP5m (sitting in a drawer at the moment while I attempt to migrate to PPC permanently), Cingular 3125 (unlocked and in use on T-Mobile), Motorola MPx220 (retired), Motorola MPx200 (retired)
Accessories: Plantronics Explorer 330 & 2G Patriot Micro-SD (use w/MDA), Kingston 2G mini-SD used in SP5m, Plantronics Discovery 640 & 2G San Disk micro-SD (use w/3125), Jabra A210 BT adapter + Motorola HS805 (retired)