AT&T's Glenn Lurie on the iPhone
Seattle Times interviews AT&T's Glenn Lurie on the iPhone, who provides some perspective and hands on usage of the device.
When asked about the usage of the device:
I think when people get their hands on it and really experience it the touch screen is phenomenal, this touch screen is like nothing you've ever used to experience that, the skepticism, I think, around some of those things will go away.
Lurie also reveals that some "Google applications" are coming in the form of widgets and believes that "there are just so many things here that the price will not be an issue." He also describes how successful Apple has been in simplifying the interface and how intuitive the phone functions are.
Finally, when asked about web usage on AT&T's network, Lurie states that "people are going to be asked to have an unlimited package people are going to have to have a package with us to browse."