13. January 2007 18:01
Turns out it's not really running OSX (they might have ported a great deal of OSX, but apparently not the core OS).
And it's definitely going to be a closed system - no homebrew programming for you (check out the last paragraph on page 2).
Slightly embarrassingly, I only just noticed that Apple's iPhone pages have videos on them, so we can see the interface in action - and it looks even nicer! (Vista blocked the QuickTime player ActiveX by default, and I didn't really notice.)
Apple have done rather well this. A product that's not being released for 6 months, is considered too expensive, tied into a single provider, missing key expected features and is still the most desired piece of kit out there!