Paper2_FA150

Paper2_FA150 - Charlotte West FA 150 T Th 12:30-1:50 Kenny...

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Charlotte West FA 150 T Th 12:30-1:50 Kenny Berger 30 October 2007 Paper #2: The iPhone The iPhone is not only a technological revolution, but it is a design marvel as well. This sleek pocket-sized computer does it all – e-mail, photos, video, music, and phone calls – and does it with style. The iPhone is a metallic device measuring 4.5” X 2.4” X .46” with a 3.5” glass screen weighing in at 4.8 oz. (apple.com). Apple has been one of the few companies who takes both technology and design seriously, creating the two together to compliment one another. The touchscreen technology is well complimented by an intuitive screen display with attractive icons and layouts. Only one button, the ‘home’ button, is located on the face of the device itself and not within the touchscreen. With one quick press of this button the device brings up the main menu. The iPhone’s attractive casing and display separate it from other phones in addition to its all- in-one features. This object is associated with modern-day technological (“techie”) culture as well
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2008 for the course FA 150 taught by Professor Berger during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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