All right, now I want to show you something incredible.
I want to show you Safari running on a mobile device.
So let's go to the Web, and here we are.
I'm going to load in, rather than apple.com here, a more universal site.
I'm going to load in the New York Times, it's kind of a slow site because it's got a lot of images,
but here we're loading and we're loading over wi-fi right now.
And rather than just give you a WAP version of the New York Times,
we're showing you the whole New York Times Web site, and there it is.
Guess what I can do, I can just put this into landscape mode, and there it is right there.
And I can scroll here if I want. Scroll up and down here. Still loading it in. There we go. Or I can just get back like this.
Now, this is really great and I can see the whole page but of course I can't read it. It's a little too small.
So I can get in with my fingers and pinch it but we have an optimization here.
I can just double-tap on anything and it automatically fills up the screen with it.
And I can just scroll around like this and scroll over here and I can even make this text bigger if I want to, and there it is.
Just double-tap again to get back to the whole page. Isn't this cool?
Look at this. There is the New York Times.
And again, any article I want, boom, there we go. Boom. Unbelievable.
Now, you can look at multiple Web pages as well. You can have multiple Web pages open.
So I just push this button in the lower-right hand corner. Shrinks it down, and I can add a new page if I want.
And I'll go to Amazon here out of my bookmarks.
So let's go to Amazon. And I love to go the DVD section of Amazon and see what DVDs are selling.
I like it especially when Disney's are in the top.
And, so here's Amazon, and even before the whole page is loaded on, I'm just going to double-tap on this,
and I'm going to say let's go to the DVD section here, and now it's doing that. And here we are.
And there's a section over here in the right hand side, and these are top sellers, updated hourly.
Oh look, An Inconvenient Truth is number one. Alright. And here's the other movies.
Gray's Anatomy, I like that. Pirates of the Caribbean. Fantastic.
And so I've got this right here, and I can go back to the New York Times if I want.
Zoom up to that picture so we can all see it. And again, isn't this cool? Just go over there and get back to this one.
I can get rid of it just by hitting the X. And there we go. Isn't that incredible? Safari.
You know, if you've ever used what's called a Web browser on a mobile phone, you'll know how incredible this is.
I hope you'll never really know, because it's bad out there today,
and this is a revolution of the first order, to really bring the real Internet to your phone.