Summary: The iphone is without a doubt the most important thing I own. Rightly or wrongly it holds everything I need to get through the day. Starting with the National Rail app to check the times of the train in the morning. Listening to my music on the way to work while checking my emails and twitter account. While at work I can use it at the moment to watch all the world cup games via either ITV1 player sky mobile player or tvcatchup.
Excerpt: "...as well as any other apple product. some people say this phone is very delicate, although i have dropped mine loads of times, nothing has ever broken. the only downside is the camera, it is 1.3mp which is terrible and on this model you cant record video, although there is a free appliaction from the app store that means you can record video. ...
Excerpt: "== iPhone == The iPhone is by far one of the most talked about phones out there right now. Should you buy it though? "YES" The bottom line is, it has what you need. Streaming video, keyboard, touch screen, and a little thing called iTunes. Music at the palm of you hands is a convenience that we all wish to have. If you're thinking how much space do I need? Go big, get at least a 16 GB. The reason being, if you're a texting addict, cool, you can. ...
Summary: How did I ever survive without my Iphone ???? I honestly don't know! The range of apps is amazing, and the majority of mine were free. I can do everything from add my daily excercise routine and see a graph of how well I'm doing and where I need to improve, I have travel guides to my favourite cities, I can upload my British Gas meter readings and check out how well my eBay auctions are doing!
Summary: I have always loved iPhones, so when my birthday came around I felt it was time to buy one. So with my birthday money and some extra I decided to buy one. I bought the iPhone 3G 8gb, at the time it cost me £369. It arrived within the next few days and came complete with everything you would expect, such as a charger, leaflets, etc. It is a very sleek design, it is quite thin, though does not feel so thin as to that you feel you can't hold it because it is too delicate.
Summary: The iPhone is, without a doubt, the best mobile phone I have ever owned. The design is sleek, elegant and stylish - more so than any other mobile phone I have ever seen or tried out. A significant problem that can be seen in other internet capable phones is, aside from the fact that they are often very slow, that the web pages viewed are almost always significantly watered down versions of the original web pages.
Pros: Reasonably fast, versatile, thousands of applications available, elegant.
Cons: Breakable to some extent, but this can be resolved with a decent quality protective case.
Excerpt: "I've had my iPhone for 8 months now and I have to say, it's possibly the best piece of technology I've ever had. The touch screen is a joy to use, it's so fluid and just works, unlike other touch screen phones my friends have got where you literally have to press the screen down, the iPhone works by just a gentle tap. The screen itself is responsive and the operating system is fantastic, though with it being a 3G, some Apps (from the App store, Apples ...
Pros: Versatile, great looking, incredibly easy to use .
Cons: Dust can get under the screen, back plastic scratches, battery needs charging every day .