Although the Apple iPhone won’t ship until this summer, we now know that it will be powered by a version of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system that will be shipped at approximately the same time. I suppose a graphical user interface of Leopard’s nature makes it a natural choice for the iPhone’s large display, but will it be enough when it comes to intense text messaging and sending long emails? Will there be some form of predictive text input? Apparently, initial users claim that the software is smart enough to correct occasional typos, and writing messages on the iPhone is much faster than standard mechanical thumbpads. What is your stance on this issue?
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