phaedo00 writes: "Jacqui Cheng at Ars Technica has the exclusive scoop on what Steve Jobs told to Apple employees in a private, internal session this morning: "Steve opened up with how he believes that the iPhone will change the mobile space forever. He said that when the Mac first came out, people talked about how some day, every computer would work that way, and the same would be true of the iPhone... Someone from the audience asked whether Apple was concerned about cannibalization of business from the iPod with the introduction of the iPhone, and Steve answered that if there's going to be cannibalization of Apple, they want it to be by Apple. He also answered a question about "why EDGE?", saying that EDGE is more pervasive than 3G networks and that 3G chips are also power hogs." There's a bunch more in the full write-up and it's very interesting."