Summary: "I was one of the many people who queued up to get the original iPhone when it came out, and I queued up again for the iPhone 3G. Why? Because Apple products are some of the best designed pieces of kit you'll ever have to use, and because all of the features that Apple thinks of first everyone is then trying to replicate, but it's the original that's always the best.
Summary: "This is the second phone I've had to come with a serious music player, and it's been far more successful than the first attempt. I'm familiar with my son's iPod, but even for the new user, the menus and iTunes software shouldn't cause any problems for most. GPS software is an interesting novelty and there are plenty of other fun features that I've yet to mess with.
Summary: "The Apple iPhone 3G really is the best mobile I have ever owned. Before you've even starting exploring its great features, it just looks undeniably cool and feels great. Its black colour and lack of buttons means its sleek and stylish, and it's also the perfect weight â€“it doesn't drag your pocket down, but is also heavy enough to feel sturdy and durable.
Summary: "The iPhone is literally one of the most beautiful pieces of technology I've ever seen, you just want to hold it and touch it all the time, without appearing to be weird. I've downloaded a few games for it, and it's incredibly good at playing games. Super Monkey Ball, which uses the accelerometer, is probably the most fun, though it's a bit weird to be able to move the iPhone and have it recognise that you're doing so.
Summary: "I was a Blackberry user until the iPhone 3G came along, and they finally got the specs right for business. Microsoft exchange is available, and it's great for email and organising your life all in one device. It's also pretty well supported by Apple, as they've done a couple of software updates since I've had the phone, though to be fair I'm not entirely sure what they've changed/improved, but it's nice to know that they look after their customers.
Summary: "The iPhone 3G is the first really good phone I've ever owned, and I reckon that it actually lives up to all the hype, especially in terms of internet performance. I've watched a few videos on YouTube and it's really quite quick for a mobile, in terms of downloading things as well. At the moment though I don't think it can (or I haven't worked out how to) send picture messages, which is a bit annoying, but not the end of the world.
Summary: "Having had the phone since launch day, I can vouch for what a great device it is. The built in features, complimented by the sheer number of applications in the App Store, mean that the iPhone can be used by almost anyone, for almost anything. Although there is not quite an "App for that" in every instance, there are for many.
Summary: "This is a bit of a must have phone, and probably my favourite thing about it is the really massive screen. You can watch full movies on it without having to squint or lose too much of the experience, and of course because it's an Apple it's got good software for organising all my music and videos. The thing that's really a bit of an issue for me is the camera, which is average and not up to scratch.
Summary: "Got the iPhone today and it's a weighty, expensive looking and feeling piece of kit, but it is on the large side so some people might be put off and go for a slimmer handset. But it's big because it's got so much stuffed into it, so you can't complain. I'm not bothered about the hyped up 3G connection but I suppose it's useful if you need it, and I got mine on pay as you go, which includes free internet.