I know lots of people with iPhones. Most of them for various reasons HATE their iPhones. For some it's because they rushed out and bought one without doing any research and now complain that it can't MMS/bluetooth file transfer, yadi yada. For some it's because they've had faulty iPhones. Even people I know who don't own iPhones mock it for its lack of phone features. It's considered a joke by a lot of people. I couldn't care less about what everyone else thinks, I LOVE my iPhone. But all this negativity makes me wonder... is this causing an anti-halo effect? Most of these people will probably never consider a Mac or iPod now. They'll see the Apple logo and instantly dismiss it because of their bad experiences with the iPhone. Of all the millions of iPhones Apple have sold around the world this year, what percentage of those sales have been to people who are still satisfied. Anyone else think all this iPhone hype could be as much of a bad thing for Apple as it is a good thing?