Although YouTube has announced videos will be available for the iPhone, they are having to be recoded into Quicktime rather than Flash based as per the desktop version.
Apple will need to rethink their advertising campaign before it hits the UK as the ASA will surely have something to say.
Looking at the bright side, Apple have made some changes to the spec of the handset with just over a week to go.
Battery time has been increased three hours to a total talk-time of eight hours, which converts to six hours of internet browsing as opposed to five and seven hours of video rather than five, and 24 hours of audio.
"With 8 hours of talk time, and 24 hours of audio playback, iPhone’s battery life is longer than any other ‘smartphone’ and even longer than most MP3 players," said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO.
Apple also announced the front will be upgraded from plastic to optical-quality glass, meaning greater clarity and better scratch resistance.