We’ve been burning the candle at both ends since the iPhone App Store opened very early Thursday morning, and after a weekend spent working hard on all things iPhone, we’re here with a special early edition of the Macworld Podcast.
In this edition, Executive Editor Philip Michaels moderates a panel discussion from Macworld headquarters in San Francisco about iPhone matters with Editorial Director Jason Snell, Senior Editor Jonathan Seff, and Associate Editor Dan Moren. Jason wrote our full review of the iPhone 3G, Dan wrote our forthcoming review of the iPhone 2.0 software, and Jon stood in line for many hours to buy an iPhone 3G before leading the editorial coordination of our coverage.
Listen to episode 126
You can browse all our iPhone 3G coverage, including Jason Snell’s full review of the iPhone 3G and his detailed iPhone 3G reviewer’s notebook. Get more iPhon-y goodness on our iPhone resource page.
Jonathan Seff has the details on what you need to know about activating an iPhone 3G. And you can read more about the disastrous first day of the iPhone 3G launch if you have the taste for such stuff.
Jason mentioned CHiPs. Jason is very old. Phil mentioned Lothar of the Hill People. Phil is old, too. Jason thought the reference was to Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer. A mistake made by a decrepit old man.
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