I was at an apple store today and i noticed something funny about one of the 3GS they had on display. It was zoomed in around 4 icons on the springboard, so i went up and pressed the home button, thinking it was just a picture, and someone trying to be funny. It was not a picture. The home button brought me over to spotlight, and it was still zoomed in (only about 1/4 of the screen was showing at a time). The lockscreen was like this too. After some time i realized i could move the zoomed in part of the screen to have it zoom in somewhere else (much like on a mac when you zoom in and move the mouse) by simply pressing the top, bottom, left, or right side of the screen. The zoomed in part would move, and touching the screen to move the part that was zoomed in also affected the springboard (as if i was navigating the SB without being zoomed. I was told, by a person wearing an orange shirt at the store that this was a glitch and it could be solved by a restart.. i grabbed the phone out of their hand and said i don't think it's a glitch. They shrugged and walked away. When i would open an app, the screen would zoom out to reveal the full springboard, show the animation for opening an app, then zoom in to the same spot of the screen in the app, this same process would happen in reverse when i would close the app. Because it was so animated when opening and closing apps (zooming in and out) Im wondering if i somehow stumbled upon a feature that hasn't been fully implemented in the iphone OS. It was running 3.0 software. any ideas?