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Old 02-03-2010, 08:48 PM   #2
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Not sure if its true, but the home screen did look oddly..sparse.
(Also, the demos showed the home row with the classic iPhone/Touch 4 icons-my understanding is the actual SDK Simulator shows 6 icons)
Look more closely when you re-watch the keynote. There are a bunch of apps on a second screen. I think Apple is just trying to keep the focus on a few specific tasks for the current "marketing hype" period.

As for those simpler apps, they could still show up later. If Apple added such a major feature to the OS they would have been touting it anyway.
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