I called Apple this morning to ask them about the battery in my iPhone that I purchased a few months ago. After waiting for a while, a guy answered, who sounded tired...This was our coversation... Me: "Hi, I think I'm having some problems with my iPhone's battery...After about a half day use, no talking, no video, only texting a few times and checking my email once or twice, the battery level is at about half way, and the life on it seems to be getting worse and worse." Apple Employee via phone: "...The iPhone's battery sucks. You can only talk for about 8 hours on it, and you usually don't even get that much...It just sucks." Me: "....Oh....Okay.....Bye." And that's exactly what the guy said...I even wrote it down in little quotation marks, because I always sit with a pen in hand in case they give me case #'s or anything to write down...And that's what he said. I'm obviously not going to leave it at this with my iPhone, but after this response I of course wasn't confident that I would get any form of reasonable tech support for my issue... But there you have it, directly from Apple..."The iPhone battery sucks." Why didn't they put that on the main page when the iPhone was introduced at Macworld?