I know that we don't get them any extra commission from the iPhones (from AT&T) - but seriously, what the f*** is up with the assrape for our cash after we buy $300-500 devices? highlights below 1:40: Accelerometer appears to be huge. A photo editing App was created for the iPhone that allows you to simple shake the handset to undo changes like an "etch a sketch." 1:55: AOL: AIM coming the iPhone! Demo... 1:43: A game was written in two weeks, also using the Accelerometer for steering a fighter jet in "Touch fighter." Just tilt the handset... 2:14: iPod touch will also get the update but at a "nominal charge" due to Apple's accounting principles that differ between the Touch and iPhone. Please Register or Log in to view images 2:30: Apple will prevent developers from distributing Apps on their own. They must pay the $99 fee, get an electronic certificate, and distribute via Apple's new iPhone App Store. SOMEONE BREAK THIS ASAP 2:47: No way to write apps for the Dock Connector outside of the "Made for iPod" program. And Schiller didn't provide a real answer to a question on how long it will take between the time developers submit their apps and when they will be made available through the App Store.