"Best cell phone ever, actually a handheld computer!"5.0 starson by dansterpower
Pros: Powerful, easy-to-use operating system backs up a computer phone with thousands of applications. Beautiful screen and intuitive user interface make this a joy. Email syncs great with Windows XP. Camera is good. Maps with GEO Location outstanding. WOW
Cons: While not critical it would be nice to send photos with MMS. Emailing them is fine, however.
Summary: The iPhone changes everything, Since its introduction in July 2007 it has both redefined the cell phone and is the best overall cell phone on the market. No other phone comes close. Over time, the iPhone's power and pleasure of use actually grows. With nearly all other phones, their annoying defects magnify over time rendering them more and more annoying.Obvious Window's Troll angry at an excellent product.
Get an iPhone. Don't wait any longer. Joy to use. Powerful. Great for business, and life in general.
Updated on Jun 9, 2009
Everything this reviewer says is not true and can be easily verified by a standard Google search. For example, The iPhone has one of the hardest to scratch screens on the planet. Second, the touch screen and navigation are regarded as effortless and revolutionary.
The WiFi and Bluetooth work perfectly -- I have both an original iPhone on one number and a 3G on a second.
You can really tell this reviewer's "true colors' when he / she says "Sorry, but Mac . . . You made the worst product . . ."
Obviously in link the iPhone to "the Mac" the reviewer betrays him/herself. The Macintosh is a computer made by Apple which has really nothing to do with the iPhone.
Updated on Jun 9, 2009Another troll who has no idea what they are talking about.
A Google search will verify that the screen on the iPhone is very, very strong. Go to youTube and watch the videos of people throwing, blending, hammering and trying to scratch this screen.
Very easy to smoke this reviewer out.
Updated on Jun 9, 2009An obvious hater. Only mentions a few negatives such as "copy/paste" and lack of video.
Obviously has never used the iPhone.
The on-Screen Keyboard is fantastic, far better than the old style crumb and dust catcher physical keyboard on my Blackberry.
Of Course you have to pay for an internet plan to use internet data -- same on ANY smartphone. jeeze!
The battery can be replaced -- I did mine myself or you can have the Apple store do it.
Updated on Jun 9, 2009The Camera is fine on the iPhone
Updated on Jun 9, 2009Sorry, but I hated the Storm. Clunky, buggy, slow.
I love the iPhone. Better keyboard, screen and OS.