The Good Life: An Apple A Day

The new iPhone is one delicious Apple worth biting into

If only Apple could run Philly, just think what a better place it would be: more chic and efficient and always at least five years ahead of everyone and everything else. Take the company's new iPhone, which debuts this month (just in time for dads and grads to put it on their wish lists): It's essentially a never-aggravating computer


If only Apple could run Philly, just think what a better place it would be: more chic and efficient and always at least five years ahead of everyone and everything else. Take the company's new iPhone, which debuts this month (just in time for dads and grads to put it on their wish lists): It's essentially a never-aggravating computer plus a less-annoying phone and an even more tricked-out iPod and camera, all rolled into one sleek pocket-size wonder. Steve Jobs for mayor, anyone?

$499 and $599 at Apple and Cingular retail and online stores; apple.com and cingular.com.