“On Friday, AT&T sent out an e-mail to those who had signed up for news on the iPhone’s availability. In doing so, it also confirmed interface changes that had always been hinted at, but rarely mentioned,” Aidan Malley reports for AppleInsider.
“One product shot included in the e-mail shows new buttons in the Google Maps tool included with the phone that were briefly shown during Jobs’ keynote at Macworld San Francisco. Two new icons, one of a car (Directions, Traffic conditions?) and one of a knife and fork (Restaurants?), can be found in the bottom corners of the image,” Malley reports.
Malley reports, “This and other images also reinforced the change from Cingular to AT&T branding for the official launch and the title bar on the iPhone’s screen.”
Full article with more about AT&T’s iPhone moves here.