I haven't seen these minute details listed anywhere else, so I thought I'd post them here. Some of this is speculation: When entering an address, it is possible to share it with others, likely via the email client, as seen in this snapshot. When the user zooms in, the top menu bar disappears. Browsing history can be accessed via the bookmarks icon. Speculation: it is likely that there is a landscape version of the keyboard. In the screenshot below, the url entry field is in no way different than in normal orientation, suggesting that one can enter a new url while in landscape mode. It would be very awkward if apple required users to rotate iPhone just to enter text. Lastly, in the mail application, on the bottom menu bar while viewing an email message, there is a mysterious icon of a folder with a plus sign. Speculation: I'm guessing this is used to create an email with an attachment. Since picture attachments are very easy to create via the photo application, this may suggest that pressing this icon allows for more advanced attachment options and potentially a finder-like file interface. I hope you enjoy these small tidbits. It was fun finding them. Please feel free to submit your own speculation and information gleaned from the video.