"Apple has done its best to make the public quite aware that by the time the iPhone goes on sale Friday, there will be all sorts of applications available for it," writes Saul Hansell on the New York Times Bits Blog. "What those applications do would seem to be secrets of the software developer and not in any way of Apple."
Meanwhile, Fortune gathered some early reviews of the iPhone.
Rev. Jesse Jackson apologized to Barack Obama for comments recorded by a live microphone at a Fox News interview on Sunday, where he said "I want to cut his nuts off" for talking down to black people.
In the July 16 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, immediate past president Ronald Davis apologized for the organization's racists actions in the past, including permitting the exclusion of black physicians from the organization.
An image obtained by Agence France-Presse of missiles launching in Iran appears to have been altered.