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The Apple iPhone...

Hmmm... so Apple announced the new iPhone at CES. It looks set to be THE converged communications device for 2007. Apple has redefined the concept of convergence with this product. It all seems too good to be true... And I've been burnt quite a few times with first generation devices, so I won't be getting one anytime soon. It'd be interesting also to see what the other players like SE, Nokia, and Dopod have up their sleeves for 2007. Now, if only they'd figure out a way for the phone to make coffee...

Comments

Geeds said…
Wow, lawa eh.... Love the effects on the clouds!!!!
Zadm said…
wah bro the HDR skills are getting better. I knew you goin for this shot to get that reflection and clouds. Awesome Bro!!!
haz said…
haha.. coffee. that's a good one. I want one!
AnakBrunei said…
geeds: thank you, your comments mean a lot to me...

zadm: Heheh tks! Not easy getting the hang of HDR, but when u get it right... kapisan...

haz: was also hoping they'd come up with a vacuum cleaner attachment for the phone...
mamalobengs said…
Are those clouds realkah? WOW!! Btw, I want the iPhone!!
AnakBrunei said…
mamalo: yeah them clouds r real... I just tweaked them a little heheh.. u want iphone, I want uphone... so how? Heheheh!
blackdiamonds said…
All I can say is WOW! Those clouds look menacing somehow...
shai 3belas said…
so how much does a pic like this cost geng? with this new HDR-ing memang ada new package price for HDR nie! this would look great printed to superscale!
AnakBrunei said…
Tina: Menacing clouds eh? Hmmm may have been deliberate on my part. I can't recall now ;)

Shai: Its very difficult to put a price on art isn't it? You dont want to over-price but at the same time, you also dont want to under-value your work... so how now brown cow? heheh

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