my pros and cons
Its all touch screen
so easy it doesnt come with a insturction sheet
very small and slim
touchscreen is not on pressure its on electricity so you dont even have to touch it that muchon the screen
easy to fit in pocket
alot of cool featutures
everyone would want to steal it from you
hard to txt
too small i think
screen gets messed up and ruined from touching it too much
ur screen gets ruined easily what if you screen gets ruined?
its not from the best carrier [enough said] lol
its only on one carrier
slow internet speed
so as you can see there are more cons than pros. now here are a sites pros and cons
Seriously, this is the best phone I have ever owned. I am a business user, and the speaker phone on this thing ROCKS. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the iPhone will sync with my Outlook 2007 which made my life soooo much easier.
The phone design is sleek and the interface is smooth and easy to understand (unlike my HTC Touch that was about 400 MHz short of a solar calculator).
The interface for the Safari browser is better than any mobile platform I have ever used. So hands down it was worth the $400.
I know this is going to get me attacked by the “Sons of Steve” Apple Worshipers, but it has to be said. I learn new things about my iPhone every day, but there are a few nagging things that my HTC Touch was superior at.
Single finger email deleting. With my touch I could delete emails with my thumb on a mouse-like touch device on the bottom of the phone.
The iPhone requires me to open the spam to find out what body part needs enlarging before I can delete it. Alternatively, I can do a fingertip tap dance on the screen that requires me to press the edit button, turn a little line deal and then tap delete… ON EACH EMAIL.
Does anyone know how to delete 10 spam emails in the inbox and just ZAP them?
No Flash Support. My HTC didn’t have this either, but I am left pondering why I can watch YouTube videos, but can’t do a damn thing on Revver.com. I can open PDF files, look at Excel Spreadsheets, and open images all naively. Why no Flash support Apple?
Super Slow Internet Speed. This is probably not Apple’s fault, nor the fault of the iPhone itself. While I am sure you folks on the coasts enjoy screaming fast iPhone internet bliss, here in flyover country its a different story.
I live in Omaha, which with its suburbs has a population of about 500,000 people. With that said, I can’t use my iPhone in places I could use my Sprint phone. No reception in the hospital for example… and my data speeds are slower than dial-up. I thought there might be something wrong with my iPhone, but my wife confirms the lack of internet speed.
Just today Kim had to call information for a phone number and the AT&T operator was so curt she MUST have been working on a PC. It was actually just easier to Google the business on the iPhone and get the number from there - except it took forever.
All around, I am not having buyer’s remorse at all and I love my new iPhone. There is always room for improvement ion a product, but Apple got a lot more right than they did wrong in this case.
remember people these are my opinons and the sites just mine it can begreat to you. im just saying my opinon