The iphone is widely regarded as the greatest mobile phone and internet device, ripe with an App Store offering over 65,000 applications of every stripe and color. But it's still an iPod, right?
In the early days of the iPhone, before Cupertino had graced users with copy-and-paste or multimedia messaging, things were simple. Users could open any application and make use of the phone's whole feature set without interrupting the music playing through their earbuds. If you weren't watching a YouTube video or a piece of QuickTime video in Mail or Safari, your iPod experience was seamless.