Yes, I bought one.
Yes, it’s incredible.
No, you can’t have it.
I have to say, the one-finger typing thing is super easy and not annoying at all. I’m doing what they suggest and not switching to thumbs for 10 days while it learns my patterns and keystrokes.
The iPhone prefers wireless networks and will find them anywhere it goes (if they’re there) and will connect to them and use them rather than Edge. This is pretty sweet as in New York, most restaurants and other places have Wi-Fi.
Cost – yeah, expensive, but totally worth it. Just think – when there are updates, since there are no buttons, they can be completely soft. I don’t really see a reason to wait to get an iPhone unless you really want to load it up with Music, Pics, and Movies. So far I have about 10 albums and 3 TV shows and I’m not half way full yet.
The screen is freakin’ gorgeous, and perhaps the coolest thing about this phone, is that everything on it runs just like it does on the commercials and videos on Apple.com. It’s one thing to see it on TV, but to see it look equally as good, smooth, and quick in your hand is the most astounding part.
Go get one. You won’t be disappointed.
You were right. I should never have bought my shitty krzr.
A friend of mine purchased the glorious iPhone when it came out and I was fortunate enough to play around with it this weekend.
The only thing I hate about it is the fact that I chose Verizon about a year ago and they’re lame, thus Apple using AT&T as the debuting carrier.
I find a lot of amusement in the iPhone haters though… and it is usually people that don’t use macs.
Great posts by the way…
I’ll be sure to keep stopping by for good reading.