Of course, you all remember the Motorola Rokr E1 "iTunes phone" introduced last September. Though the inclusion of iTunes earned it a lot of press coverage, a closer look revealed a poorly designed, restriction-laden phone that won few praises from reviewers (us included). Consequently, sales never took off. Now the laugh is probably on us. Knowing Apple, it wouldn't surprise us if the Rokr was a mere feint in the cell phone direction, with a stronger attack to the sector coming later. And considering Apple hates to share the stage with anyone, you can bet the iPhone (if and when it finally gets here) will be a more solid product. I can't tell when that introduction might happen--Apple is good at keeping secrets--but we'll be there when it does. We found these photos on Engadget, but there's no confirmation that the phone will look like this.