iPhone Wins International Design Excellence Awards

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Jonathan Ive, me thinks you're going to need a bigger mantle, what with all the awards Apple's VP of Design keeps taking home!

This time it's the IDEA (International Design Excellence Awards) handed out by BusinessWeek. In addition to the Gold prize for the original iPhone 2G, Apple also received Gold IDEA's for the MacBook Air and Bluetooth Keyboard, and a Silver for the redesigned iMac. These four -- the most of any company this year -- brings Apple's lifetime IDEA total to 13.



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iPhone Wins International Design Excellence Awards


Yup, Ive invented a lot of tech that goes into the dual-injection system used to make pretty seamless one-part casings, sans-battery door.