I think most people here agree that the iPhone is a revolutionary product. Let me begin by saying that I do not own an iPhone. I've played around with one in the Apple store, and I think it's cool. One person I know(who uses his phone a TON each day, and gets 50 messages a day at least) had an iPhone for a few weeks, then ditched it. The reasons were not because EDGE was slow; here are the reasons: - Battery life was too short. 6 hours ain't enough if you're using the phone a lot each day and don't remember to charge it up. - No way to check voicemail if the battery goes out. While Visual Voicemail is nice, it's useless if your iPhone is dead. What do you think? Are there any other major faults that prevent widespread iPhone adoption?