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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Loonytik, Jun 9, 2008.
These are some of the things I have seen most people have an issue with.
What did you want?
1)People making 100 threads of this
2) the phone isn't out yet.
Actually, I'm fine with the features that they have.
The only thing I wanted to hear come from his mouth was Cut/Paste and universal landscape keyboard.
Tasks app can be solved via 3rd party apps easily. MMS can be solved by using email, and is just not a big deal to me. I have had several phones with video recording and I have used it twice. I have absolutely no need for a battery draining function like video calling. I have never had a problem with the gen 1 camera considering it is a PHONE camera. If I wanted to take masterpiece quality digital photos, I would use a real camera.
I got everything I wanted outside of those two things I first mentioned. 3rd party apps, sexy design, 3G and GPS, and finally, a lower price. I currently pay $30 a month for a BlackBerry data plan, so paying the same thing for an iPhone data plan means nothing to me. In other words, yes, the price is actually lower to me.
I am pretty happy about the announcement, but I would definitely be happier if it included cut/paste and a universal landscape keyboard.
Having not used the iPhone before yet, I am thrilled with the options that are coming out, the only thing that I would like to have seen is the stereo bluetooth. My Razr has that and its nice to be able to listen to my music through the bluetooth without wires hanging from my ears.
iTunes activation. Other then that I am satisfied.
A2DP. It is criminal that Apple has refused us this feature that 'throwaway' phones come with.
I'd like to see an option to forward a text message.
I didn't get lower gas prices.
Post. of. the. day.
Less weight, copy/paste/cut and Product Red.
I really really wanted a 32GB model... I can't believe Apple is focusing on actually making something cheaper and in essence hurting the specs as a result
I don't care about the camera or video conferencing. I like the new look of it, but I'm worried that the shiny plastic back will go back to Apple's signature maximum scratch-prone material. If it manages to not get full of scratches just by looking at it, I'll be ok though. I don't want to cover it up with a case.