I got my iPhone on Friday, 6-July, and cool as it is, I've been keeping a list of what I'm missing, as compared to my Palm Treo and my T-Mobile Dash (HTC 620). So far... Whats missing on the iPhone Sync Notes I keep a lot of important information in Outlook Notes. I need to be able to sync these with my phone. Chapura? You listening? Sync To-Do list This is pretty important for just about anyone. Again, Chapura could do a great application for this. iChat Why not? It should have been there from day one. Crossword Puzzle program that works with .puz files This is just a personal need. I like to download the NY Times puzzle every day. Games Id just like some simple games like FreeCell and so forth. Flash support Come on, its ubiquitous on the web. A lot of websites wont play without it. Word and Excel read and edit program. They are the standards. Id like to be able to copy these files to and from the iPhone, read them, and possibly edit them. If DataViz could do a nice version of Documents to Go for the iPhone, that would be great, as I love that application. A slim sync program for syncing information, but not iTunes. This would be nice for use in the workplace where system administrators dont want a non-business application like iTunes installed on workstations. Something I wish theyd accomodated in the hardware: A hole at one corner for a hand strap, like on a pocket camera. It would give the user the option of a bit of security when holding the device. Nice-to-Haves GPS receiver The device might have to be a little larger, though. And power consumption could be significant. But if it can be switched off, it would be a matter of what the user is willing to bear. MicroSD slot No such thing as too much storage. And the capacities will keep getting larger. To add on one or two Gig might not be such a big deal, but wait til there are 32GB MicroSD cards! Of couse well all be buying 3rd Gen iPhones by then. 3G speed HSDPA I guess well see it in iPhone, the next generation. Oh well, I still have to carry a Verizon device anyway to get reception anywhere outside the big city. Since Im forced to have a CDMA device with EV-DO anyway, I can live without 3G on the iPhone for now. I think they've done a great job with the interface. It's just applications that are missing. I'm looking foward to see the product -- and its 3rd party support -- as it matures.