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Apple iPhone - Best of Cellular Lifestyles 2007

Apple's iPhone is without any doubt has been considered as the "Best Gadget" of 2007, for it has dramatically changed our Cellular Lifestyles. It would be unfair if we limit iPhone to just that. It has completely changed the meaning of a Cellular Phone.

Time's Invention of the Year and Top 10 Gadgets of 2007

No wonder, it has been named Time Magazine's Invention of the Year 2007: iPhone. And also, Time Magazine's Top 10 Gadgets of 2007 gives iPhone No.1 slot:

The iPhone changed the way we think about how mobile media devices should look, feel and perform. The design is exceptional inside and out:

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NPR's Best Technology Innovation of The Year

NPR's Morning Editions cites iPhone as the Best Technology Innovation of the Year

Tech guru Mario Armstrong claims the iPhone as the best technology innovation of the year. The iPhone's touch-screen technology, visual voicemail, and integration of the digital camera, iTune software brought new energy to the design of cell phones. Consumers' appetite for wanting to stay in touch is pushing the advancement.

Whole World is Looking for iPhone

Though only little more than 1 Million iPhones have been sold as per most recent reports, the whole world is looking to get one.  iPhone is the fastest raising Search keyword both globally and in US  as per Google Search trends. (Google Zeitgeist 2007)

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Without any doubt, iPhone is a revolutionary phone that changed the meaning of mobile phones that we always knew of. The best that could happen to the world because of iPhone is that everybody started thinking differently about a mobile phone. That is the best achievement of iPhone. Now you can expect more devices subscribing to the new idea of a cellular phone, the idea that we at Cellular Lifestyles have been constantly trying to communicate. Cell Phone is a lifestyle. No longer just a gadget.

With that Life Style Changing Gadget of the Year, We would like to  wish all our readers A Wonderful and Eventful New Year.

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