But I own an iPhone. I’m enjoying what it can do so far. I primarily use wifi for internet. I didn’t get AT&T’s $25 for 2 gigs of data deal, I went for the cheapest one whatever it was ($15 for 200MB?). Maybe later, but for now I’m just playing with it when I’m bored. The things I like about this phone are things that most all of the phones in it’s class can do.
Lots of people complain about the problems created by having the steel band as the antenna. I’m sure that you’ve seen the “end call” stickers that are available. They point at the bottom left corner where if covered the iPhone looses signal. I haven’t have too much of a problem with it. From what I can see, you actually sort of have to squeeze the phone for a noticeable change. My phone is now in an Otterbox. As much as I loved it bare, I am a clumsy person and can’t even think about how I would feel if I damaged this device. Its worth like what? $800? (I have a 32g.)
I play games while I’m texting. (The texting can get annoying- I love the thread layout, I just hate the lack of information about the messages received, you know like a time stamp? sigh.) I keep up with the news and follow some blogs. I use yoga apps and track workouts. I have become addicted to Doodle Jump, even though I lack skill when it comes to this game. The high scores are filled by my sister and cousin. Skype now has added video chat abilities, and it was use 3G. Facetime hasn’t even come that far yet. The white version isn’t even available yet.
Apple is forever holding out on us. I guess when you are so over-hyped you can do things like that.