Kids will be in college by the time I get to the bridge…
So I’d heard about people that had such an addiction to their Blackberry’s that they sufferred from depression when service was down or they were without them.
I must love my iPhone.
The fact that I drop calls dozens of times a day (seemingly whenever the phone switches between towers) doesn’t bother me in the least.
I am not troubled by the fact that I can kill the battery dead in under 5 hours.
I can no longer listen to voicemail messages on my $20 bluetooth earpiece (it works on an expensive one, though).
I miss a few really good apps that I had on my old jailbroken iPhone (most of the applications found at the App Store are worthless).
However, when I consider all of the smartphones I’ve owned (or configured for clients) the iPhone still reigns supreme given it’s capability and ease of use.
Yesterday, Mac Rumors published a link to what appeared to be the release version of the iPhone 2.0 Firmware. This version of the firmware was successfully installed on a number of original iPhones and readers were able to start using Apps from the iTunes App Store. But this firmware was intended for the iPhone 3g, not the original.
New firmware is great. Still needs copy and paste, however. Exchange
sync really makes this feel like the finished product. More to follow.
Sent from my iPhone