The Apple iPhone was officially announced today at Macworld. The mobile phone weighs 4.6-ounces, is just 11.6 millimeters thick and has a 3.5-inch (480x320) touchscreen display. It includes a 2 megapixel camera, 4-8 GB of storage (yes, gigabytes!), Bluetooth. It also runs the OS X operating system and will support a variety of programs and browsers, in addition to iTunes, and a partnership with Yahoo! will "allow all iPhone customers to hook up with free push IMAP email." The phone will be available as a Cingular exclusive starting this June, with the 4GB model at $499 and the 8GB model at $599.
For more views of the first one, check out the whole gallery at Engadget.